What is the goal?
Our shared goal is to advance our understanding of sustainability and expand the environmental movement by celebrating voices and stories that are often unheard or unacknowledged.
How will we reach this goal?
One method is to connect all Canadians with Indigenous Peoples so they can learn about each other and share wisdom, history and stories about nature. We recognize that wherever we or our ancestors came from, we are all united in Canada in our love for the natural environment and our commitment to making it better for each generation.
Meet our members
The Sustainable Diversity Network has eight founding members. They’re husbands, wives, children and parents. Although some are immigrants who call Canada home, others have deeper roots in the country. They decided to come together because they share the same passion for a healthy environment and cultural diversity.
The Sustainable Diversity Network presents: Documentary and Dialogue #3
This event took place on Thursday, March 29, 2018. Check back for future Sustainable Diversity Network events.
Documentary and Dialogue #3 featured a documentary screening of The Road Forward plus a one-hour conversation featuring Maxine Hayman Matilpi, Latash-Maurice Nahanee and Marissa Nahanee.
The Road Forward is a musical documentary created and directed by Marie Clements.
Photo of The Road Forward ensemble by Rosamond Norbury.