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shelby lisk

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A freelance photographer, videographer and writer from Kenhté: ke (Tyendinaga Mohawk Territory), Shelby currently lives in Belleville and is completing a diploma in Photojournalism at Loyalist College, and a certificate in Mohawk Language and Culture through Queen’s University and Tsi Tyónnheht Onkwawén:na. She is also the recipient of the Emerging Indigenous Reporter Scholarship from Journalists for Human Rights, and the Governor General’s History Award in the Indigenous Arts and Stories category for her poem, Invisible Indian (Historica Canada 2018).

First Words

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John De La Cour was on the masthead of the first issue of Watershed but we were friends long before I started publishing the magazine. In the early ’90s, John acted as my campaign manager when I ran for council... read more

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IT CAME FROM WARKWORTH
I read with great interest the article in a recent issue of Watershed that told the story of the Black Fly, an innovative and exciting electric airplane that was developed in Northumberland County…

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SUMMER CAMPS

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Watershed is compiling a list of
Summer Camps to occupy your art-obsessed,
stem-enthusiast, burgeoning thespian or
jack-or-jill-of-all-trades this summer.

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AWARDS

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shelby lisk

shelby liskA freelance photographer, videographer and writer from Kenhté: ke…

sasha sefter

sasha sefter

An award-winning photographer based in Southern Ontario, Sasha is a recent graduate of the photojournalism…

christopher cameron

christopher cameronWith a new career as a freelance writer and editor, Christopher channels the dedication and discipline…