Autumn Peltier vows to protect water even if she doesn’t win international award

“Even if I don’t win, I’m still going to continue with my work for years to come,” says Autumn Peltier.

Producer InFocus / Winnipeg

Beverly is a member of the Tootinaowaziibeeng First Nation in Manitoba. She has worked in media for over a decade, including broadcast, film and the arts. She joined APTN in January 2017 from Regina, SK where she was a video journalist for CTV and Indigenous Circle.


4 thoughts on “Autumn Peltier vows to protect water even if she doesn’t win international award

  1. This child has more common sense then some of the most smartest people supposedly around. To speak out and think and understand about water when others sidestep this issue is priceless. She is Weis at her young age and deserves recognition everywhere. Even she understands the importance of water. For those that are blind to this issue you better start seeing and listening because if you think that water is not important try and not use it for one day or a week then you will see how important water is to sustaining and maintaining life for us and the future children and also animals, trees, the world Don’t Close Your Eyes For One second.

    1. Unfortunately it could be all about the money! They don’t seem to recognize the importance of water for the money involved!

  2. This child has more common sense then some of the most smartest people supposedly around. To speak out and think and understand about water when others sidestep this issue is priceless. She is Weis at her young age and deserves recognition everywhere. Even she understands the importance of water. For those that are blind to this issue you better start seeing and listening because if you think that water is not important try and not use it for one day or a week then you will see how important water is to sustaining and maintaining life for us and the future children and also animals, trees, the world Don’t Close Your Eyes For One second.

    1. Unfortunately it could be all about the money! They don’t seem to recognize the importance of water for the money involved!

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