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Learn more about Water First and what we do through our new video library.
Episode 1: Why - The Water First Internship ProgramThe first in a three-part series that talks about the internship program and why we feel it's a solution to some of Canada's boil water advisories.
Episode 2: How - The Water First Internship ProgramThe second in a three-part series that talks about the internship program and why we feel it's a solution to some of Canada's boil water advisories.
Episode 3: Who - The Water First Internship ProgramThe last in a three-part series that talks about the internship program and why we feel it's a solution to some of Canada's boil water advisories.
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.
January 9th, 2020
Over the past number of months, Water First has been creating a new school-aged youth education pilot project, Growing Roots. Through this project, Water First is partnering with different communities to expand our youth water science education programming to maximize the involvement of Indigenous youth, leading to long-term environmental action … Read More
September 23rd, 2019
On July 25th, Water First took part in a public screening of Patagonia’s newest documentary, Artifishal, at the Station on the Green in Creemore. The event was well attended by both the general public and local water stewards, including the Nottawasaga Valley Conservation Authority (NVCA) and the Nottawasaga Steelheaders… Read More
September 16th, 2019
Water First is very excited to be hosting Clayton during the Creemore Festival of the Arts during the weekend of October 5th and 6th from 10am to 4pm.
Born and raised in St. Catharines, Clayton Samuel King is of Potawatomi descent and a member of Beausoleil First Nation. … Read More