Elderly Cree woman and daughters’ annual moose hunt a family tradition – CBC

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Elderly Cree woman and daughters’ annual moose hunt a family tradition – CBC

by ahnationtalk on September 22, 202032 Views

81-year-old Alice Albert goes hunting with her daughters every fall since her husband died

Sep 22, 2020

Pretty much everyone loves a good moose hunting tale… but it’s even better when the group that brings down the bull is made up of an elderly Cree woman and her two daughters.

Mary Jane Albert, 62, is from Norway House Cree Nation, about 450 kilometres north of Winnipeg, and goes moose hunting every year with her sister and her mother.

This Sunday, she caught her first moose of the season.

“Well, I don’t like to brag. I’m just happy to be with my mom and to go moose hunting with her,” said Albert, who shot the moose.

Read More: https://www.cbc.ca/news/indigenous/moose-hunt-albert-family-norway-house-1.5733239

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