Magpie River Granted legal Personhood.

The Magpie River is 200 kilometres long. It rises near the border between Quebec and Labrador, flows south, and enters Magpie Bay on the Gulf of Saint Lawrence 60 kilometres west of Havre-Saint-Pierre.

In February 2021, the Magpie River became the first river in Canada to be granted legal personhood, after the local municipality of Minganie and the Innu Council of Ekuanitshit passed joint resolutions

You read more about this river and and the legal reason to grant it Personhood in order to protect this natural landmark in this National Geographic article.