Melody Lepine of the Mikisew Cree First Nation Requests United Nations Study on Destruction of Wood Buffalo National Park

Report backs up concerns over Wood Buffalo National Park’s UNESCO World Heritage status Bob Weber · read more at: https://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/edmonton/wood-buffalo-national-park-deteriorating-study-1.4747721 Justice For Our Stolen Children camp set to make ‘major announcement’ read more at: http://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/saskatchewan/justice-camp-set-to-make-major-announcement-1.4747952 Image credit Corey Coleman A Tribe Called Red. Photo by Matt Barnes Producing an unbelievably unique sound, A Tribe Called Red, Group of the Year at the 2018 JUNO Awards, mixes … Continue reading Melody Lepine of the Mikisew Cree First Nation Requests United Nations Study on Destruction of Wood Buffalo National Park

FABULOUS FIVE INDIGENOUS WOMEN

  Read More at Bob Johnson’s post on the Fabulous Five Indigenous Women Nominees for Canada Bank Notes on Working Effectively with Indigenous Peoples at: https://www.ictinc.ca/blog/fabulous-five-indigenous-women-nominees-for-canadian-banknotes   Pauline Johnson was the daughter of Mohawk chief George Henry Martin Johnson and Emily Susanna Howells. Her father had a very distinguished Indigenous lineage that included Hiawatha, Dekanahwideh, Pontiac and Tecumseh and the family received many important visitors including … Continue reading FABULOUS FIVE INDIGENOUS WOMEN

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Wilson, A. (2017). Anna Wilson’s feeble attempt at creating an Aboriginal water policy model or map where the intended outcomes are the actual consequences. Waterwishingwell.org. Suzuki, D. (2017). Glass Half Empty? Resolving Drinking Water Advisories in Ontario. 10. Retrieved from https://canadians.org/sites/default/files/water/report-DWA-First-Nations-0217.pdf. The typical federal process to end Drinking Water Advisories (DWAs), First Nations who need to upgrade their drinking water systems endure a long process … Continue reading Waterwishingwell.org