Formal partners of the Wa Ni Ska Tan Hydro Alliance with a focus on grassroots and community-based actions and representing hydro affected indigenous communities.
This corporation is owned and run by the people of South Indian Lake. It works towards the management and negotiation with the relevant authorities in regards to the impacts associated with the Churchill River Diversion Project.
This non-profit organization provides awareness and support for native environmental issues. It also provides financial and political resources on issues related to sustainability. This organization uses music, arts, media and Indigenous wisdom to increase public awareness on joint dependency on the Earth and also be a voice for those which are not heard.
The Justice Seekers of Nelson House advocates for First Nations communities and the environment. They provide support and help at community-based level.
The University of Winnipeg is located in downtown Winnipeg and has a diverse range of programs and small class sizes.
This alliance is a Sagkeeng First Nation community-based group. This community has a deep respect and knowledge on the physical and spiritual elements of water. Its members are river and lake people.