The MOU promotes collaborations with the community in sectors of infrastructure, water and food security.

November 30, 2021

Vancouver, BC — Today, West Moberly First Nations and IC-IMPACTS (the India-Canada Centre for Innovative Multidisciplinary Partnerships to Accelerate Community Transformation and Sustainability) have signed an agreement to promote collaborations in sectors of mutual interest, including integrated water management, safe and sustainable infrastructure, and food security.

Distinguished speakers and guests participated in the signing ceremony which took place at The University of British Columbia. The attendees then joined IC-IMPACTS and WMFN for a tour of the research facilities at the civil engineering department.

For information regarding IC-IMPACTS’ future calls for proposals or to read more about current research projects, please visit: or contact [email protected].


  • IC-IMPACTS is a pan-Canadian and pan-Indian Research Centre of Excellence dedicated to the development of scientific collaboration between academic and corporate sectors in Canada and India; IC-IMPACTS works hand-in-hand with researchers, industries, communities, and government agencies in Canada and India to develop and implement community-based solutions to the most urgent needs of each nation in the sectors of (1) integrated water management, (2) safe and sustainable infrastructure, (3) public health, and (4) food security.

About West Moberly First Nations:

  • West Moberly First Nations is a Treaty 8 First Nations community with a mandate to build a healthy, strong and better future for the community members. West Moberly aims to achieve sustainable shared economic prosperity, to contribute to strong proud First Nations communities.