Anishinabek traditional knowledge practitioner, Dr. Debby Wilson Danard, led life promotion sessions at Wilson Hall, New College at from October 29th-December 10th, 2019. During these sessions, many traditional teachings were shared as a way of encouraging...
On the evening of Tuesday, November 12, 2019, Wellington Water Watchers (a non-profit organization committed to protecting drinking water from Nestlé in Wellington County in Ontario) hosted, “All Eyes on Nestlé” at the University of Toronto, St. George Campus. With an...
On March, 22nd, 2019 the ‘Feasting the Forgotten Rivers’ water walk took place in Toronto, beginning at Evergreen Brickworks and ending at the Queens Quay harbour in honour of World Water Day. This water walk was led by traditional life practitioner, Dr. Debby Wilson...
Downstream is a collection of writings by scholars, artists, scientists and activists who together understand that our shared human need for clean water is vital to building peace and good relationships with one another. I had heard of this research-creation project...
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