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OTTAWA, ON, January 19, 2024 — ImaGENation, a national capacity-building and mentorship program for Indigenous youth, is now accepting application for their second cohort. The program is facilitated in partnership between Indigenous Clean Energy, SevenGen, and Student Energy.
The Low Down — Aaron-lee Odjick was always told that, in his culture, elders come first. That’s why the 29-year-old Anishinabeg father and husband, known throughout his Kitigan Zibi reservation as “Ning,” wants to help his band improve living conditions for seniors in his First Nation community.
The Globe and Mail — Indigenous lands are often the birthplace of clean energy initiatives aimed at repairing the damage done by gas extraction, addressing environmental degradation and economic challenges alike. These projects are made even more personal by Indigenous peoples’ connections to the land.