Bigfoot in Northern Ontario

Despite its vast swathes of desolate and black-fly infested wilderness, Ontario always seems to be the poor cousin of Sasquatch hotspots like BC and the American Rockies. But at last, perhaps are hairy, bipedal prince has come. Two woman in Northern Ontario spotted a large, mysterious creature while berry-picking near Grassy Narrows. Said one of the women:

"It was black, about eight feet long and all black, and the way it walked was upright, human-like, but more — I don't know how to describe it — more of a husky walk, I guess."

The creature, like any self-respecting cryptid, bolted when it spotted the women. Further investigation revealed a large, six-toed footprint in the area.

About eight feet tall, all black, and a "husky walk"? Skeptics, or indeed anyone with access to wikipedia, will claim this sounds exactly like a black bear standing on its hind legs. But I know better. The creature in question is actually this:

To the untrained eye, this looks like just another black bear. But in fact, if you look closely, it is actually a Sasquatch wearing a black bear suit. Diabolical!

I'm putting you on notice, sneaky Bigfeet of Ontario: your cheap parlour tricks don't fool me. I know you're out there, brazenly impersonating other animals and frightening berry-pickers. And I will put a stop to it. Just you wait.