Articles and Book Chapters

AFN (Assembly of First Nations), “Strategy to protect and advance indigenous water rights” (2012)  and

Anderson, Kim, Barbara Clow & Margaret Haworth-Brockman. “Carriers of Water: Aboriginal Women’s Experiences, Relationships, and Reflections” (2013) 60 Journal of Cleaner Production.

Anderson, Robert, “Water Rights, Water Quality, and Regulatory Jurisdiction in Indian Country” (2015) Stanford Environmental Law Journal 195

Beck, Andrea, “Aboriginal Consultation in Canadian Water Negotiations: The Mackenzie Bilateral Water Management Agreements” (2017) Dalhousie Law Journal 487

Bharadwaj, Lalita, “A Framework for Building Research Partnerships with First Nations Communities” Environmental Health Insights 15

Black, Kerry, et al “First Nations’ water sustainability and security strategy: Tools and methodologies for community-driven processes for water treatment in Indigenous communities” [2017] 50 Technology in Society 57.

Boyd, David, Cleaner Greener Healthier: a prescription for stronger Canadian environmental laws and policies UBCPress (2015)

Bradford, Lori et al, “Drinking water quality in Indigenous communities in Canada and health outcomes: a scoping review” “Drinking water quality in Indigenous communities in Canada and health outcomes: a scoping review” (2016) International Journal of Circumpolar Health 1

Busby, Karen, “Providing Essential Services of Reasonable Quality to All Canadians”: Understanding Section 36(1) (c) of the Constitution Act, 1982, (2015) 20 Review of Constitutional Studies 191.

Busby, Karen, “Troubling Waters: Recent Developments in Canada on International Law and the Right to Water and Sanitation” (2016) 5 Canadian Journal of Human Rights 1

Cave, Kate & Shianne McKay. “Water Song: Indigenous Women and Water – The Solutions Journal“, (2017).

Chalifour, Natalie, “Environmental Justice and the Charter: Do Environmental Injustices Infringe Sections 7 and 15 of the Charter?” (2015) 28 Journal of Environmental Law and Practice 89.

Clément, Dominique, Human rights or social justice? The problem of rights inflation (2017) 18 The International Journal of Human Rights 1

Craft, Aimee,  Anishinaabe Nibi Inaakonigewin Report (2014)

Craft, Aimee, “Giving and Receiving Life from an Anishinaabe Nibi Inaakonigewin (our water law) Research” in Jocelyn Thorpe et al (eds), Methodological Challenge in Nature-Culture and Environmental History Research  (Rutledge, New York: 2017).

Daschuk, James, Clearing the Plains:  Disease, Politics of Starvation, and the Loss of Aboriginal Life

David Suzuki Foundation et al, Glass Half Empty? Year One Progress Toward Resolving Drinking Water Advisories in Nine First Nations in Ontario (2017)

Fallding, Helen. “No Running Water – Canadian Dimension“, (2011).

Farenhorst, Annemieke et al, “Bacteria in drinking water sources of the First Nation reserve in Canada” (2017) 575 Science of the Total Environment 813

Fernand, Dinesh, et al “Identification of Antibiotic Resistance Genes in Source and Drinking Water Samples from a First Nation Community in Canada” (2015) Applied and Environmental Microbiology

Gunn, Brenda L., “Moving Beyond Rhetoric: Working Towards Reconciliation Through Self-Determination” [2015] 38 Dalhousie Law Journal 237

Human Rights Watch, Make It to Safe: Canada’s Obligation to And the First Nations Water Crisis (2016)

Ipperwash Inquiry recommendations (see esp 38-66),

Jeffords, Chris & Joshua Gellers, “Constitutionalizing Environmental Rights: A Practical Guide (2017) 9 Journal of Human Rights Practice 136

Li, Ru, et al “Comparison of DNA-, PMA-, and RNA-based 16S rRNA Illumina sequencing for detection of live bacteria in water” (2017) 7 Nature 1

MacIntosh, Constance, “Testing the Waters: Jurisdictional and Policy Aspects of the Continuing Failure to Remedy Drinking Water Quality on First Nations Reserves” (2007) 39 Ottawa Law Review 63.

McGregor, Deborah, “Indigenous Women, Water Justice and Zaagidowin (Love)” (2013) 30:2,3 Canadian Woman Studies

Meier, Benjamin Mason et al,” Examining the Practice of Developing Human Rights Indicators to Facilitate Accountability for the Human Right to Water and Sanitation” (2014)  6 Journal of Human Rights Practice 159

Neegan Burnside, National Assessment of First Nations Water and Wastewater Systems–National Role-Up Report (April 2011)

O’Gorman, Melanie, Human Ethics Application:  From Research to Action on Clean Water and Sanitation in First Nations Communities in Canada (University of Winnipeg)

OIWWC (Ontario Indigenous Women’s Water Commission), Water Commission Toolkit  (November 2014).

Perry, Adele, Aqueduct (2016)

Schiff, Jennifer, “Masquerading as Compliance: Tracing Canada’s Policy Implementation of the Human Right to Water (2016) 8 Journal of Human Rights Practice 264.

Taylor, Katherine et al, “Australian Indigenous Water Policy and the Impacts of the Ever-changing Political Cycle” (2017) Australasian Journal of Water Resources 1.

Waldner, Cheryl, “Self-reported Effects of Water on Health in First Nations Communities in Saskatchewan, Canada: Results From Community-Based Participatory Research” (2017) 11 Environmental Health Insights

White, Jerry P. et al, “Water and Indigenous Peoples: Canada’s Paradox” (2012) 3 The International Indigenous Policy Journal

WWFC (World Wildlife Fund Canada), Watershed Reports: A national assessment of Canada’s freshwater 2017

Videos and podcasts

10 Questions with Steve Paikin,

Bharadwaj, Lalita, “From the Lab to the Reserve: The Transformative Power of Community Engaged Scholarship” Presentation at the 2016 H2O Conference

Borrows, John, Indigenous Law,

Failler, Angela, Peter Ives & Anna Huard, The Canadian Museum of Human Rights Violations .

Global, As Long as the Water Flows,

Human Rights Watch Video:

Lavalee, Lynn, Reconciling Ethical Research with Métis, Inuit, and First Nations People or review Lynn’s slides:

Milton Lightening, Heather, Environmental Justice, the Tar Sands and Indigenous Rights

Phare, Merrell-Ann, WaterTalks: Co-Governance and Collaborative Consent,

Redsky, Daryl on Shoal Lake #40.  Presentation at the 2016 Water Conference.

Settee, Priscila, Our First Relative, Our First Responsibility Presentation at the 2016 Water Conference

Thompson, Shirley, Wasagamack, Living Without Running Water and Sanitation Services

Winnipeg Free Press, No Running Water