Flooding and industrialization along the Winnipeg River brought dramatic changes, dams, disruption of the river flows, flooding, pollution and the blasting of new channels on Niisaachewan Anishinaabe territory. The community of Niisaachewen and Ontario Power Generation are now seeking ways to ensure relationship building is renewed and on-going that involves all community members. These “new” relationships are hoped to be rebuilt based on trust and respect but exploring what caused the flooding and why is an important key component to mending the relationship.
UTSC Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion OfficeOrganizer of Anti-O Convos: Hot Topics | A Project of Possibility: Mending the RelationshipThe University of Toronto Scarborough's Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion Office (EDIO) is a central resource for all UTSC community members (students, staff, and faculty) to provide training, programming, and engagement initiatives related to equity, access, discrimination, and harassment.
Hart HouseOrganizer of Anti-O Convos: Hot Topics | A Project of Possibility: Mending the Relationship
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