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Thunder Bay students learn about clean water from new Indigenous children’s book

The Water Walker
Josephine Mandamin is the subject of a new Indigenous children’s book. She has spent the last 14 years doing water walks to raise the awareness about the importance of clean water.

“One day an ounce of water will cost as much as an ounce of gold,” is what an Elder told Josephine Mandamin almost 20 years ago. This lead Madamin to dedicate 14 years of her life to running and participating in water walks to raise awareness about the importance of clean water.

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