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Community' Perspectives and Regulations on Cruise Ship Tourism in the Canadian Arctic: A Pond Inlet Case StudyDownload
Cruise ship tourism (CST) is an increasing significantly activity in Nunavut and is having many environmental, socio-economic and cultural impacts on Inuit communities, and important marine ecosystems such as Sirmilik National Park and Bylot Island Migratory Bird Sanctuary. This thesis focuses on...
SSHRC Awarded PDG 2018: Globally, most park agencies have little capacity to produce in-house social science or ecological research, or conduct meaningful knowledge exchange with Indigenous and local communities. The goal of this project is to enhance the generation and use of knowledge,...
Polar bears (Ursus maritimus, Nanuut) are a culturally and economically important species to the Inuvialuit. As a result of climate change, the Arctic is experiencing rapid ecological changes with the potential for profound impacts on polar bear populations. The objectives of the thesis were to...
Legal And Ethical Contexts for Collaborative Research
Research and writing by Canadian academics conducted in collaboration with Indigenous people, or drawing on Indigenous knowledge, is governed by Indigenous laws and Canadian law and policy, including intellectual property law. This presentation addresses some of the challenges working within this...
Program and Abstract Booklet. Wisdom Engaged: Traditional Knowledge and Northern Community Well-BeingDownload
This is the Program and Abstract Booklet for the Gathering.
Social-ecological reclamation in the Northwest Territories: A framework for healing human-caribou relationsDownload
The impacts of mining activity on human-caribou relationships in the Northwest Territories have been a focus of study in both the natural and social sciences for decades. Guided by Łutsel K’e Dene First Nation elders and harvesters, this study used dendrochronology methods and best practices for...
SSHRC Awarded Invited PG (stage 2) 2015: Many communities are dependent upon the resources of freshwater river systems for their livelihood and well-being. Multi-generational subsistence fisheries (including Indigenous communities) have well developed systems of local and traditional knowledge...
Using Local and Traditional Knowledge to Define a Digital Library for the Inuvialuit Settlement RegionDownload
The Digital Library North (DLN) project is a research and development collaboration between the Inuvialuit Cultural Resource Centre (ICRC) located in Inuvik, in Canada’s Northwest Territories and the University of Alberta School of Library and Information Studies in Edmonton, Alberta. The...