Canada gets serious about water woes. Will Indigenous voices be heard?
Sara Miller Llana
The Christian Science Monitor
August 12, 2021
Makaśa Looking Horse has been protecting the water since she was a child – as part of her spiritual beliefs, in protest against Nestlé’s extraction of water from her nation’s traditional land, and today as a youth advocate of Ohneganos, an Indigenous water research project that, in the Cayuga language, means “water is life.”