The Mushkegowuk Climate Summit kicked off its first day in Timmins on Wednesday with hundreds of delegates crowding into the ballroom at the Ramada Inn to talk about how climate change affects the Mushkegowuk communities and their territories now and going into the future.
Representatives from several First Nations were present for the conference, as well as members of government ministries, scientists, environmentalists, mining company executives, city councilors, and many more.
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