Thursday, October 28, 2021

Tag: First Nations

First Nations and Feds Reach $8B Settlement on Drinking Water

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The Tataskweyak Cree Nation, Curve Lake First Nation, and Neskantaga First Nation, together with Marc Miller, federal Minister of Indigenous Services Canada, have reached...

Update on Clean Drinking Water in First Nations Communities

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Indigenous Services Canada has provided an update on progress toward clean drinking water in all First Nations communities. As of July 6, 2021, 32...

Yukon and B.C. First Nations Initiatives Tackle Climate Change

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The Government of Canada continues to support progress on three unique, Indigenous-led projects that are helping communities in Yukon and northern British Columbia adapt...

Indigenous Guardians First Nations Project Stewardship Initiatives Underway

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The Indigenous Guardians Pilot recognizes the many lessons that can be learned from Indigenous partners across the country and relies on Indigenous experience and...

Historic Partnership for Indigenous Environmental Stewardship in B.C.

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A historic agreement is bringing new funding to the Kwikwasut'inuxw Haxwa'mis First Nation (KHFN) to support environmental stewardship. The Hith’alis Agreement, a partnership between the...

Taza: Sustainable Design Influenced by Tsuut’ina Culture

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By Lana Rogers Taza is the largest First Nation development in Canada and is actively putting sustainable practices at the forefront of its design and...

Ontario Supports Healthy Communities that Protect Environment

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The Ontario government is supporting community projects that help protect and restore the environment by investing $900,000 in grant funding through the newly enhanced...

Constructing for the Future: First Nations Partnerships and the Environment

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By Andrew Snook We all hope to create a brighter future for the next generation. In a rich country like Canada, opportunities to join the...

Projects to Protect Ecosystem Habitats in B.C.

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More than 60 projects dedicated to restoring diverse ecosystems and conserving fish, wildlife, and habitat are planned or underway throughout British Columbia. This initiative is...

Report Provides Road to Resilience and Climate Action in Manitoba

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Manitoba’s "Road to Resilience" is an achievable and concrete pathway to a climate resilient future. The report lays out what is needed in order to feed, shelter, transport,...
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