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Watch: Gustafsen Lake icon Wolverine’s final interview with APTN days before his death

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APTN National News
Secwepemc Elder William Jones “Wolverine” Ignace, who gained international recognition after the 1995 Gustafsen Lake standoff, died early Tuesday evening surrounded by family in his Adams Lake Indian Band home on Secwepemc territory.

He was 84.

APTN interviewed Wolverine this past Sunday, days before his death.

APTN’s Tina House has this story.

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  • larry

    I have a lot of respect for this man he not only let his points be known but he also accepted your views and opinions on any subject…as a First Nations person we are allowed to stand an protect our lands in the best way that we deem fit to do so…be it threw protest or educating ourselves…to the best of our ability