Manitoba's Opaskwayak Cree work with University of Saskatchewan to create a Muskrat Hut

The Afternoon Edition - Sask

A muskrat hut is more than a place for muskrats to hang out. It's a mobile, kitchen, bathroom, and a shelter that can be used at community events, or special functions. It could also help with homelessness issues. It's the brain child of Alex Wilson, a U of S professor, and the Opaskwayak Cree Nation in Northern Manitoba. Wilson tells Garth about the idea.

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