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January 8, 2019

The water connects us all. As we look back on 2018 and the Indigenous water stories and knowledge that flooded our minds key themes emerge as well as questions for what we might face in 2019 as Indigenous Peoples and nations rising to protect the water. The following is a list of the world’s top fifteen Indigenous water stories you engaged with through our twitter account in 2018, as well as others that raise our collective co...

February 26, 2018

The resiliency of Indigenous Nations to protect ancestral waters is affirmed through countless efforts of Indigenous innovation in water governance. With the increasing diversity of users in the Great Lakes St. Lawrence River Basin, which is shared by Indigenous Nations, the United States, Canada and other provincial, state, and local governments, climate change requires governance adaptation and transformation for water prote...

November 5, 2017

As International Water Week concludes, Indigenous researchers at McMaster University are gathering stories from water walkers globally.

Indigenous women  have a unique role of caring for water that transcends political boundaries. Indigenous women elders have led a movement to protect the water and raise awareness of water security issues by walking in prayer and ceremony with this sacred relative. These wal...

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