'Fortean Times', FT153, December 2001
Big footprints in Ontario nature reserve not made by polar bears
On June 9, a member
of the Weenusk First Nation in Peawanuck, some 1,100 miles (1,770 km)
north of Toronto, was driving in a four-wheeler through the Polar Bear
Provincial Park, one of Ontario's largest wildlife reserves on the south
shore of Hudson Bay, when he came upon
At the time of the report, Brett Kelly of the Ontario Natural Resources Ministry in Toronto was waiting to examine photographs of the latest footprints taken by his colleagues. "There have been 16 other [sasquatch] sightings in the province of Ontario in different areas," he said, "including Alonquin Park, the far west of the province, [but] mostly in the north."
The attached photo with the article was a footprint file photo....
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