'Are ya still alive?' Métis hunter survives 24 hours outside after snowmobile an accident, and a heart attack

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Normand Preteau, a 66 year old, Métis trapper survived a mild heart attack and 24 hours in the subarctic cold last month after his snowmobile got caught in metre-deep snow. Normand was travellin by himself from his remote camp to Churchill, a trek of about 240 kilometres, to meet his six children for a family reunion planned for mid-January. He joined Ismaila Alfa to tell his story of survival.

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