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A Cree man fishing on the Rupert River, near the community of Waskaganish.

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Campaign Milestone

An Important Step Towards Indigenous-led Protection of Seal River Watershed

This 50,000-square-kilometre expanse of tundra, forest and wetland in Northern Manitoba is an extraordinary repository of northern biodiversity.
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"Sea angels" like the one pictured here are a kind of free-swimming sea slug and play an important role in the marine food web.

Showcase

Who’s Eating Whom? Untangling the Marine Food Web in Western Hudson Bay

New research will help us understand what measures are needed to ensure a thriving ecosystem.
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A demonstration to stop deep-sea mining in Kingston, Jamaica.

Commentary

Who Benefits from Deep-Sea Mining?

The international seabed is meant to benefit humankind—and that might mean leaving it alone.
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Rankin Inlet’s youth arrived in Gillam to learn about the customs and traditions of Fox Lake Cree Nation.

Showcase

Creating Connections in Western Hudson Bay

A new video highlights efforts to build relationships and share lessons between Inuit and Cree youth.
Guest Post

Unlocking Western Hudson Bay’s Aquatic Secrets: A Project Update

This is a guest post from the Assiniboine Park Conservancy, which is partnering with Oceans North, Fisheries and Oceans Canada (DFO), and the Manitoba Museum to catalogue and study the species that live in the waters of Western Hudson...
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A variety of species depend on Pikialasorsuaq, also known as Sarvarjuaq or the North Water Polynya.

Campaign Milestone

New Animated Video Highlights Importance of North Water Polynya

In the waters between Greenland and Nunavut, a biologically rich region provides essential habitat for marine mammals, fish and seabirds.