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July 13, 2023

Ogemawahj Tribal Council and Water First announce new training internship for water treatment plant operators

Partnership supports technical skills development and community capacity for water resources management NationTalk: RAMA FIRST NATION, Ontario, July 13, 2023– Water First Education & Training Inc., in partnership with Ogemawahj Tribal Council (OTC) and participating communities, is pleased to announce a new water treatment plant operator training program for local Indigenous youth and young adults....

April 24, 2023

Water is sacred to Indigenous people. They have been fighting to protect it for decades

For Indigenous people water is more than just hydration: It’s alive and holds a spirit. Water is life UNRESERVED: Water is Sacred – CBC News: For Pamela Palmater, making sure that people are aware of the threats facing water is an urgent matter. “When we tend to look at dangers to water, you might...

April 20, 2023

CIER, One Drop Foundation and Private Sector Partners to Launch the Indigenous Water Allyship

NationTalk: WINNIPEG, MB and MONTRÉAL, April 20, 2023 – Today, the Centre for Indigenous Environmental Resources (CIER), Canada’s first Indigenous-directed environmental non-profit organization and the One Drop Foundation announced the launch of the Indigenous Water Allyship, a first of its kind collaborative-led initiative to improve living conditions and health through water and art in Indigenous communities across Canada. The initiative is co-designed...

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