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A better way to work together: A strategic and collaborative approach to sustainable communities

Elected leaders in Southern Chiefs’ Organization (SCO) and Winnipeg Metropolitan Region (WMR) have acknowledged there needs to be a better way to work together. The Collaborative Leadership Initiative (CLI) is a process, facilitated by the Centre for Indigenous Environmental Resources (CIER), where leaders come together to learn from one another and find a common understanding on how they can collaborate to improve the livelihood of […]

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Youth Add Their Voices to the Conversation About a Sustainable Future

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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. We’re excited to share the winning podcasts with you, so you can listen to the interesting stories they have to tell from their unique perspectives. ​Podcasting is an […]

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How CIER is Helping Communities Save Ecosystems

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Before you can save an ecosystem, you need to know what’s happening to it. If you want to know what’s happening to it, you need to monitor the land, water, plants, and creatures. Who better to collect data about a specific area than the people who live there? At CIER we love supporting and helping to create community-based […]

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Fundraising Efforts Support Planting of Hundreds of Trees

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Thanks in part to amazing fundraising efforts by sustainable swimwear brand Londre, CIER is gearing up to plant hundreds of native trees on the banks of the Winnipeg River in Sagkeeng First Nation. Lake Winnipeg algae bloom via Lake Winnipeg FoundationSilver poplar and willow trees, which are common in the area, will be planted. These trees and […]

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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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