Water rights conference


The 4th annual H2O First Nation Water Research Conference

Was held June 1-2, 2017 at the University of Manitoba.

Registration was open to students and professors involved with First Nation water research, as well as First Nation community partners and industry representatives interested in this research.

Conference booklet can be found here.

Conference Presentations

More Will Be Added As They Are Received

Presenter Affiliation Title
Selvin Peter

University College of the North

Determination of the Effect of Activated Carbon in Water Treatment Processes Slides

Craig Murray

Trent University

Contaminants of Emerging Concern in Wastewater, Receiving Waters and Dring Water Slides

Karen Busby

University of Manitoba

Research to Action Study: Preliminary Thinking on Design and Ethics Application Slides

Melanie O'Gorman

University of Winnipeg and St.Theresa Point F.N.

The cost of inaction on water infrastructure Slides

Ruidong Mi

University of Manitoba

Detection of E.Coli / Total Coliforms and Antibiotic Resistance Genes in Drinking Water Collected from Three First Nations Communities in Manitoba Slides

Masoud Goharrokhi

University of Manitoba

Methodology and Objectives of Collecting Sediment Samples along the Nelson River System Slides

Dr. Priscilla Settee

University of Saskatchewan

Water: our First Relative, our First Responsibility Abstract of Talk OR Video of Presentation OR Podcast of Presentation

Dr. Lalitia Bharadwaj

University of Saskatchewan

From the Lab to the Reserve: The Transformative Power of Community-Engaged Scholarship Video of presentation OR Podcast of Presentation OR UM Today news story

Mauli Gamhewage and Anita Murdock

University of Manitoba

Pesticides in Four Manitoba Rivers Video of presentation