By Miranda Leybourne Local Journalism Initiative Reporter Wesley Bone has vowed to return to Lake Audy after he was evicted from the Riding Mountain National Park site last month, raising concerns among some area residents. “The Lake Audy occupation never ended,” Bone told the Sun three weeks after Parks Canada cleared his tent-cabin hybrid and belongings from Lake Audy. “We’re going back there with 30 to 35 men and women and we’re not leaving.” Bone has claimed that the Lake Audy site in which he has lived since 2019 is the tribal lands of the Okanese people. Now called Keeseekoowenin Ojibway First nation, the Okanese lived in the area around Wasagaming in the Little Saskatchewan River valley, hunting and fishing on the land surrounding Clear Lake. The band
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