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OTF and Water First Announce Success of Pilot Conservation Workshops Inspiring Indigenous Students to Become Future Water Scientists Students from Beausoleil First Nation and Sagamok First Nation explore watershed health and water quality World Nature Conservation Day (July 28th) underscores the need for more opportunities to empower Indigenous youth to
Waabnoong Bemjiwang Association of First Nations and Water First Announce New Training Internship for Water Treatment Plant Operators Next Generation of Indigenous Water Treatment Workers Are Finding Solutions Through Training in Water Trades and Sciences The Waabnoong Bemjiwang Association of First Nations (WBAFN), a tribal council with six member First
Ten youth from seven First Nations achieve certifications to address drinking water and environmental water challenges Aundeck Omni Kaning First Nation, Manitoulin Island – Ten Indigenous youth were honoured this morning for successfully completing the Water First Internship Program at a graduation ceremony held on the powwow grounds of Aundeck
Recent News & Updates
For years, the Rotary Club of Guelph’s Indigenous Awareness (IA) Committee puzzled over how they could meaningfully support Indigenous communities in their right to access
The Environmental Water team’s latest collaboration with Long Point First Nation, is continuing to evolve. In consultation with the community, two sites have been identified