“She deals with the Lifeblood of Mother Earth – water.”
A First Nations senior who has “strolled what might as well be called a large portion of the world’s circuit” to fabricate mindfulness about contamination, laws, fracking, and the offering of the water, is being regarded today in Toronto.Josephine Mandamin got the Lieutenant Governor’s Ontario Heritage Award for Excellence in Conservation at a service held at Queen’s Park.
Anishinabek Nation Grand Council Chief Patrick Madahbee said Mandamin, who hails from Wiikwemkoong Unceded Territory [also known as Wikwemikong First Nation], has strolled the shorelines of five Great Lakes and additionally in every one of the four headings of Turtle Island.”She deals with the Lifeblood of Mother Earth – water.”Mandamin herself said she “will go to any lengths to and course to convey the water to the general population.”
“As ladies, we are transporters of the water. We convey life for the general population,” she expressed in a news release.”So when we convey that water, we are telling individuals that we will go any lengths for the water. We’ll most likely even give our lives for the water in the event that we need to.”
Mandamin is one of seven beneficiaries of the honor for volunteer commitments to the preservation of group legacy over a time of 25 years or more.