- Indigenous Knowledge
- press release
The United Nations has confirmed that Indigenous Nations are at the forefront of caring for lands and waters in Canada.
Most Manitobans support establishing Indigenous Protected Areas to conserve natural areas and to create sustainable jobs: poll.
The Community Engagement Coordinator will be the keystone in facilitating and coordinating robust Community Engagement and Indigenous Knowledge Strategies.
The Seal River Watershed in northern Manitoba is a critically important breeding and migratory stop-over for huge numbers of waterfowl.
The Government of Canada invested $3.2 million in the Seal River Watershed Indigenous Protected Area Initiative.
Children as young as 10 held their history in their hands as they used bone tools, logs and metal washers to prepare caribou hides for tanning.
We are disheartened to announce that a youth stewardship summit in the Seal River Watershed must be cancelled due to the risk of COVID-19.
Efforts to establish an Indigenous Protected Area in the Seal River Watershed continue amidst community lockdowns resulting from the covid-19 pandemic.
Rebecca Thorassie is finding her voice by speaking to her remote northern Manitoba community about the need to protect their lands and waters.
Ten Indigenous youth from Northern Manitoba and Nunavut shared their love of nature with youth from eastern Canada at an Ottawa conference led by CPAWS.
The Seal River Watershed Alliance of Dene, Cree and Inuit peoples met to ensure the plans for our Indigenous Protected Area reflect our common values.
Four youth from Arviat helped their community engage in traditional practices by organizing a caribou hide tanning workshop.
Our vision is to ensure our grandchildren’s grandchildren have the opportunity to engage in traditional practices such as hunting, fishing and serving as stewards of the land and animals within a healthy watershed.