From the youtube channel of Sasquatch Central:
Compelling Video Of Sasquatch From Easterville Manitoba
Translation - " there is 'someone' is standing there boy", muffled response, he repeats that 'someone' is standing there then asks "do you see him boy?", muffled again then repeats phrase that 'someone' is standing there which sounds more like a question of why someone is there. "a-we-yuk" means someone, word for bear is 'muskwa' which are common in those forests but that is not what he sees, 'wetikoo' or 'wendigo' is common for unknown beings seen or heard but he doesn't say that either. He speaks normally at first then begins to sound more confused or questioning what he sees, when we use the word aweyuk it refers to a person who we don't know, there are other descriptive words for animals. to my knowledge there is no specific word for bigfoot but words are used to describe a 'bigfoot' such as large, hairy, smelly, strong, etc. but Cree makes it look long to say. 'ma-hi-si-tao' is closest to literal translation of bigfoot but means 'that person has big feet'.