There are roughly 300 of the animals left, and sometimes Aaron Stelkia has awful decisions to make as he tries to ensure their survival. But this is his job, and he's been doing it his entire life. Stelkia is a member of the Okanagan Syilx community. He's known locally as "the last Syilx cowboy". And his story is what happens when one person takes on a task because the land and its animals need him. But what happens when he's gone?
GUEST: Kate Helmore, writing in the Globe and Mail