Collaboration and restoration at the heart of this year’s Wəlastəkw | fleuve Saint-Jean | St. John River Summit

By Aislin Livingstone

November 1, 2022

We need to look at the ecosystem as a whole. This includes the two-leggeds, the four-leggeds, the swimmers, the crawlers, and the fliers and ask: what do they need?
Dr. Michelle Gray, Director, Canadian Rivers Institute 
Water connects us all. The Wolastoq is us and we are her.
Cecilia Brooks, Water Grandmother, Canadian Rivers Institute
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About the Author

Aislin Livingstone joined the Gordon Foundation in 2022 as a Program Manager for DataStream. In this role she manages a range of activities to meet program objectives, including strategic relationship building with communities and organizations in Atlantic Canada and across the country. Aislin is based in Halifax and can be reached at

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Watershed groups in New Brunswick bring valuable historical data online

Since Atlantic DataStream went live in June 2018, organizations throughout the Atlantic Provinces have been eager to share one of their most precious pieces of information - their water quality datasets. 

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