Moose sport hunting moratorium in Quebec brings uneasy peace


It’s been a year since members of the Algonquin-Anishinabe Nation erected barricades to stop sport hunters on their ancestral land that Quebec has marked as a wildlife reserve.

Negotiations between the province and involved communities have made some progress – but some feel they’re advancing too slowly…while others say harassment from non-Indigenous hunters is ongoing.

Reporter / Montreal

Shushan is a proud Innu from the community of Uashtat mak Mani-Utenam who joined the Nouvelles Nationales d’APTN team as a correspondent in Montreal. She grew up in Wendake and studied public communications at Laval University in Quebec City. She did an internship in the summer of 2001 as a journalist at APTN and is pleased to be back!

Reporter / Montreal

Lindsay was born and raised on the unceded territory of Tiohtià:ke (Montréal), and joined APTN News as a Quebec correspondent in 2019. While in university, she collaborated on a multiplatform project about the revitalization of the Kanien’kéha (Mohawk) language to commemorate the International Year of Indigenous Languages. Before APTN Lindsay worked at the Eastern Door, CTV Montreal and the Montreal Gazette.