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The Politics of Water: Resource Vs. Rights

October 24 at 7:30pm

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Authors and experts in candid, live conversation reflect on the topics that matter most during this unprecedented time. Moderated by Kate J. Neville, Associate Professor at the University of Toronto Department of Political Science and the School of the Environment, this illuminating panel discussion, with Deborah McGregor, Emma S. Norman and Aimée Craft will focus on the basic human right to clean water; resource governance in Canada; water access and environmental justice on Indigenous lands; and the political implications surrounding global commodity markets. Tune in each day of the Festival to hear new speakers in critical conversation about the topics shaping today’s world.

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Harriet Lewis and Eldon Bennett
Andrew and Valerie Pringle

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The Politics of Water: Resource Vs. Rights

October 24 at 7:30pm


Kate Neville Headshot

Credit: Archbould Photography.

Kate Neville

Aimée Craft headshot

Photo credit: KC Adams.

Aimée Craft

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