Our Project

There is an urgent need to improve water governance in the North, which is a critical issue for many reasons:


  • the increase of pressures on water resources in the context of climage change;
  • the lack of robust water data;
  • multiple water intensive energy industries
  • controversy over the transparency and public accountability of regulation.





Our GOAL: Our long-term goal is to create a self-sustaining water and ecological monitoring program that will enhance protection of water resources and fulfill the promise of Indigenous water governance.

Our METHODS: We engage in interdisciplinary, and Indigenous-led co-research on water, including its ecological, socio-economic, cultural, and spiritual dimensions. Our project team is committed to reciprocally enabling respectful Community-Based Research and observing OCAP (Ownership, Control, Access and Possession) protocols.



Where We Work

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