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Learn more about all the ways Water First is working with Indigenous communities in Canada to resolve local water challenges through training, education, and collaboration. We are happy to provide photos of our work to complement your storytelling, send us an email at email@example.com.
July 7th, 2020
At the time of our last newsletter we were pivoting our Internship program to remote and interactive online programming. Now that our interns have a few months of online learning experience we have settled into a routine. Each week, the interns receive a Mission Pack. It includes the week’s lesson, … Read More
By: Ogamauh annag (Sue Chiblow)
Aniin, Boozhoo, Ogamauh annag qwe dishnecuz, jijauk dodem, Ketegaunzeebee donjeba, Anishinaabe, Ojibway indow. My English or status card name is Susan Bell Chiblow, most know me as Sue Chiblow and I was born and raised by my dad in Garden River First Nation with 4 … Read More
June 3rd, 2020
Though it’s relatively well known that many First Nations communities don’t have access to clean drinking water, the complicated reasons why – and relevant solutions – are less than obvious. The Trudeau government is working to end all long-term drinking water advisories, prevent short-term advisories from becoming long-term and improve … Read More
Articles & Publications
Water First has been profiled in a number of external articles and publications, from the CBC to the David Suzuki Foundation annual report.