Woman picking berries

In late summer wild berries, here Saskatoons, are gathered as a stock for the winter. (Albina Fournier, Child Lake, 2005)

A man cutting a bear
(Ernest Kipling, Two Lakes, 2005)
(Two Lakes, 2005)
Hunting and trapping is still practiced today, usually by men. The further processing of the catch is done by women …
(Madeline Habitant, Child Lake, 2004)
A woman making moccassins
(Madeline Habitant, Child Lake, 2006)
… like the tanning of the hide, drying the meat and making moccassins.