|Women's water polo|
|Pan American Games|
Waneek Horn-Miller was a key member of the Canadian women's water polo team that won gold at the 1999 Pan Am Games. Voted MVP, Waneek became co-captain and proudly led her team at the Sydney Olympics in 2000. The team finished fifth in Sydney. She went on to help Canada win a bronze medal at the 2001 FINA World Championships.  Horn-Miller is a graduate of Carleton University in Ottawa where she was a three-time athlete of the year.  She is a member of the Carleton Ravens Hall of Fame. 
Between 1990 and 1997, Horn-Miller has participated in the North American Indigenous Games and won over 20 gold medals.
Waneek was present at the Oka Crisis in the occupational camp as a 14 year old. On the last day of the standoff as the occupiers were walking out there was a physical altercation between soldiers and Mohawk militants and Waneek was injured by a soldier's bayonet as she carried her sister, and nearly lost her life.
In 2014, Horn-Miller was one of seven people suing the Kahnawake Mohawk Council over the "marry out, stay out" policy, which prevents Mohawks who marry non-Mohawks from staying in the territory.
In 2017, Horn-Miller was announced as director of community engagement for the National Inquiry into Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women and Girls.
- Canadian Press (CP) (8 August 1999). "Canadian Medallists". Slam! Sports. Canoe.ca.
- url= http://olympic.ca/team-canada/waneek-horn-miller/
- "Archived-Celebrating Women's Achievements". Library and Archives Canada.
- Oka Timeline: An Unresolved Land Claim Hundreds of Years in the Making, CBC, 19 November 2015, retrieved 6 February 2016
- "Mohawk Council of Kahnawake being sued over its band membership law". CBC News. Retrieved 2017-03-17.
- International, Radio Canada. "Waneek Horn-Miller’s mission with MMIW Inquiry". www.rcinet.ca. Retrieved 2017-03-17.
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