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The Youth Leaders Forum is looking for Indigenous youth to join their program and learn how to make a contribution in accelerating our transition to a clean-energy future. Over the course of several months, participants will learn about CEM and MI initiatives and engage their communities on clean energy and innovation. Youth will educate their peers and highlight success stories that demonstrate how young people can help accelerate our energy transition. Participants will have the opportunity to attend the Youth Leaders Forum where youth participants will have opportunities to interact with clean energy leaders from CEM and MI countries. The Youth Leaders Form will be running parallel to the

With Love for the Land, Law and the Wet'suwet'en way

“What we did was not extraordinary. What we did was what our ancestors have been doing for thousands of years,” Molly Wickham described to a full house at the Friendship Centre in Wet’suwet’en country (also known as Smithers, British Columbia) last month. Molly is with the Gidumt’en clan, she’s a mother, and governance director with her nation and she was one of 14 people arrested at the Gidumet’en checkpoint on January 7, 2019. Steadfast and heartfelt, Molly continued describing their actions, “We upheld our law. We knew we were in the right, we were doing the right thing for our children. We’re doing the right thing for our great-grandchildren. We’re doing the right thing by our ancestors,

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