The Pictou Landing Native Women’s Association / Group (PLNWG) announced a training initiative to support their multi-year, community based, participatory Health Survey Training Plan — Identifying, Documenting, Mapping, and Mobilizing Environment and Health Knowledge in Pictou Landing: An Environmental Health Survey. Out of concern for their children, families, and community, the PLNWG mobilized around the issue of Boat Harbour in 2010 to address the question, “Is Boat Harbour making us sick?” The Pictou Landing First Nations borders on Boat Harbour. From 1965, the harbour had been the source for dumping effluent waste from the Abercrombie Point Pulp and Paper Mill. In 2016, the PLNWG released their final report: Our Ancestors Are in Our Land, Water, and Air — A Two-Eyed Seeing Approach to Researching Environmental Health Concerns with Pictou Landing First Nation.