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The arts of bushcraft and wilderness survival are lost on many, but not renowned traveler and British TV personality Ray Mears. We Belong to It, a film by Goh Iromoto, follows the bushcraft expert into the heart of Wabakimi Provincial Park in Northern Ontario, Canada – a remote and beautiful area that’s a part of the rugged Canadian Sheild, and the world’s largest protected wilderness cannoeing area. Watch as Mears explains why “we must remember that at the end, nature does not belong to us, we belong to it.”