Over the last 3-4 years, Professor Aimée Craft has been working with Elders and learning from them on Anishinaabe law, with a specific focus on water law, Anishinaabe nibi inaakonigewin. There have been 3 big gatherings thus far (Roseau River in June 2013, Whiteshell Provincial Park (Bannock Point) in September 2014 and again in Whiteshell Provincial Park in June 2015). There have also been various planning meetings and mini-gatherings with the Elders throughout these years.

The purpose of these gatherings was to engage communities and learn from the elders about Anishinaabe law in our own...

The Indigenous Tribes/First Nations from the headwaters to the mouth of the Yukon River are initiating the clean up and preservation of the Yukon River for the protection of  future generations and for the continuation of their traditional way of life. They are hosting the 11th Biennial Summit in Carcross, Yukon Territory to celebrate 20 years of One People, One River. 

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