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This beautiful video was made by McKaylii Jawbone from Témiscaming, Quebec, a member of Kebaowek First Nation. McKaylii is one of the alumni from a 2-year restoration project in partnership with Kebaowek First Nation. Three large walleye spawning shoals were constructed at restoration sites identified in consultation with community elders, restoration biologists and Water First staff.

We would like to extend a huge thank you to McKaylii and to the community for their support throughout the project, and for for the dedication and hard work to make this such a successful fish habitat restoration project.