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The Indigenous Youth, Art and Water Initiative – Fall 2023 Update

The Indigenous Youth, Art and Water Initiative (IYAWI)—the first phase of the Indigenous Water Allyship—has completed its outreach for applications from organizations, and 31 applications were received and carefully reviewed. […]

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Practicing Tradition During The Fall Hunt

As the weather cools and the leaves change colour, communities and families begin to gather and prepare for the Fall Hunt. Since time immemorial, Indigenous Peoples have practiced subsistence hunting and maintained […]

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CIER Ecoversity Expansion Continues, Requested Courses Added

CIER Ecoversity, an online learning platform, was created for broader access to comprehensive learning from a wide variety of courses to help Indigenous communities develop and enhance their knowledge base […]

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Food Sovereignty and Pollinator Appreciation

Over the past year, CIER has worked alongside Northlands Dene, Barren Lands and St. Theresa Point First Nations to strengthen food sovereignty through gardening and pollinator species support. The three […]

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Youth adding their voices to the conversation about reconciliation and our environment can be very powerful and that’s exactly what youth who attended our Podcasting 101 workshop did

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