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Gaagwekwekijiiwang – CPNW Updates:
Care and Protection of The Natural World were invited to be part of the team to brief the leadership of Gaagwekwekijiiwang on the activities of our circle. The activities contained in CPNW 2020-2021 Workplan was the basis of our presentation. The Climate Change Adaption project was the focal point of our presentation as their local […]
CPNW Staff Present Training Sessions to Local Nation Helpers
As a part of the Governance and Nation Development Sessions CPNW was tasked with developing two training sessions. Delivered online this past Tuesday, February 16th and Thursday, February 18th. Entitled “Introduction to Geographical Information Systems (GIS)” both sessions were delivered online. Part one focused on the tools that are most readily available to all of […]
Updates from Care and Protection of the Natural World
With Covid 19 vaccine arriving into our Local Nations we anticipate their borders will be open for the CPNW to interact with Knowledge Keepers and our users of the natural resources and the land. In anticipation of our Local Nations and its members receiving vaccinations, the CPNW has started acquiring the necessary equipment to commence […]
Reclaiming Our Lands Utilizing Technology – What is GIS?:
Care and Protection of the Natural World Circle has been busy. With only 2 staff members it can be a significant challenge to represent our Government’s interests when dealing with the many corporate, Provincial and Federal departments and their thousands of staff. One of the tools we use to help us is a Geographic Information […]
Protecting Treaty 2 Territory
Treaty 2 Territory – April 24, 2020, Boozhoo Aaniin, I would first like to encourage all of you to remain safe and vigilant as we navigate our way through COVID 19. Steps are in place to keep our communities and our families safe.
As the weather warms up the ice is receding and the water is flowing, which means the spring spawn is almost here. The Dauphin Lake Tributaries are a favorite gathering spot for a lot of our families as they get their feed of spring fish from the spring run off. I would like to remind our citizens there are still some restrictions in place and to be cognizant of them to ensure we are compliant with the conservation measures that are in place.
Natural World – Chair
Darren Mousseau, Ebb and Flow
ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION ACT
Across the board, laws dealing with environmental, land and water protection tend to be regulatory in nature, complex and costly to develop, implement and enforce. On the other hand, they are an important aspect of governance of any jurisdiction, particularly for Anishinaabe Agowidiiwinan and its First Nations within Treaty 2 Territory because of the cultural values connected with the natural world.