The following digital stories have been prepared in relation to the project: Our ancestors are in our land, water, and air: A ‘Two-Eyed Seeing’ Approach to Researching Environmental Health Concerns with Pictou Landing First Nation. Members of the Pictou Landing Native Women’s Association mobilized, wanting to undertake relevant community-based health research in search of a definitive and trustworthy answer to this question: “Are we getting sick from Boat Harbour?”. These digital stories are one way that women have shared their stories about the project and about Boat Harbour with audiences at conferences in Chicago (Community-Campus Partnerships for Health) and Winnipeg (International Network of Indigenous Health Knowledge and Development-NEAHR), and now you.
Kim’s Story: I Am a Mother
Diana (Dee) Lewis-Campbell