Beausoleil First Nation (ON)
The Beausoleil First Nation youth water leaders are taking action to develop and distribute water tool kits to their community members, which would include information and resources on how to use water more efficiently. In addition to the tool kits, the youth plan to host a gathering on Christian Island for community leadership and members to showcase the the toolkit, and provide more awareness on the issues of water conservation. Read More!
Lower Similkameen Indian Band (BC)
LSIB water leaders group are planning to host a gathering for LSIB community and non-community members to highlight the important issues surrounding the implementation of a dam that would threaten the ecosystem and livelihood of the Similkameen Valley and the peoples that call the valley home. Read More!
Fort Smith, Yellowknife (NWT)
Youth leading youth, the water leader youth from Fort Smith plan to take action by developing and delivering the “Streams of Dreams” program to elementary students in their community. Stream of dreams program is an eco-action program designed to teach children and youth about the importance of water conservation and protection in their local areas, with the development of a picturesque art mural of fish as a symbolic representation of the children and youth’s commitment to doing their part to take action for the water and fish. Read More!
Iskatewizaagegan #39 Independent First Nation (ON/MB)
IIFN water leaders group are taking action to bring together their community and cultural water speakers that participated in a variety of water walks across Turtle Island in efforts to bring the issues of water conservation and protection to the forefront. These efforts will emphasize that water has a spirit and it needs us to work together to ensure its health for future generations. Read More!