KǪ̀K’ETÌ: Walking With Caribou

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The Bathurst caribou herd have roamed Canada’s arctic since time immemorial. Tragically, in just the last 30 years, their population has dropped from half a million to less than ten thousand. The Tłı̨chǫ people have an intimate connection with the Bathurst. The herd has been a source of food, clothing and deep culture. However, a future without the Bathurst has become a very real possibility.

  • Directors: Chad Galloway

  • Producer: Tammy Steinwand-Deschambeault

  • Duration: 24 minutes

  • Finalist Category: Wildlife Conservation

  • Canada

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