Andrew ReevesBudgetCharles Stewart Mott Foundation PartnershipDrinking WaterFeature HomepageInfrastructureLatest NewsNewsOntarioPolitics, Policy, Environmental JusticeThe ProvincesTribal Governments and First NationsU.S. and Canadian Federal GovernmentsWater Quality and Restoration EffortsWater's True Cost-
While much-needed money is being directed to aging drinking water infrastructure, stormwater and sewer systems have been neglected.
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Anishinaabe journalist Sierra Clark said harassment regarding tribal fishing is not something new in the state of Michigan.
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‘We’ve got to get gaming out of our blood’: Pandemic shock pushes Wisconsin tribes to diversify economy-
Wisconsin tribes contemplate future beyond gaming after pandemic shows risk of overreliance on casinos.
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National Park Service Director Chuck Sams told members of a congressional committee that part of the effort includes integrating Indigenous knowledge into management plans and recognizing that federal lands once belonged to the tribes.
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Respect for water was as much a part of Phillip Solomon’s fishing education as sawing through thick winter ice. The Anishinaabe fisherman can see how rising temperatures are changing Gitchigumi and the fish his community relies on.
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Anyone following recent national and international news about the Enbridge Line 5 pipeline could be forgiven for believing the pipeline might shutter any day now, with major implications for winter fuel prices.
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As Canada leans on an international treaty to keep oil flowing through Line 5, Michigan Native American tribal leaders want the Biden administration to acknowledge that the pipeline’s fate affects their treaty rights, too.
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As the Line 3 pipeline cuts across Native lands in northern Minnesota, the project has brought not just jobs but controversy and discord into the most intimate spheres of spirituality, family and community.