What’s Happening at MakeWay

Community-led hunter/harvester programs are a food sovereignty solution in Nunavut

The role of the hunter in Inuit culture expands beyond providing food: they contribute to family, community, the maintenance of traditions, language, skills, and knowledge. The newly released Hunter/Harvester/Guardian Evaluation Toolkit provides a flexible framework for hunters and communities to articulate needs and outcomes, and share that knowledge with one another.

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How Hinaani Design helped tell the story of MakeWay’s Northern Program

When MakeWay set out to design a booklet to tell the story of our Northern Program, we asked Nooks Lindell to help us come up with a truly northern resource for a northern audience. The results showcase how MakeWay supports northern solutions by northern people.

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How Gitanyow is asserting their vision for their land with a new Indigenous Protected Area

When the Gitanyow First Nation realized a large abundance of salmon were spawning in an area under threat, they took matters into their own hands, and into their own laws.

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Building community resilience to extreme weather in Toronto

Shared platform project Community Resilience to Extreme Weather (CREW) is taking an innovative, grassroots approach to preparing for the effects of climate change in urban environments.

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