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Spring 2014: Issue 3 | One River Many Relations

Spring 2014: Issue 3 Environmental, Health and Indigenous Communities in Alberta and the Northwest Territories. Download Here Issue #3: 1. Ground-Breaking Community Health Study Released 2. Beyond Re-Activism 3. Elders and Youth Find Common Ground in Fort Resolution 4. Learn...
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Health Study in Fort Chipewyan 2014 – Full Report

Stay tuned to this page for the 1:30 Mountain press release. A digital download will be available HERE at that time, along with a possibility of a live webcast. Later today there will be highlight clips from the conference, in high definition XDCAM format, available to download.
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One River Many Relations: Issue #2

Summer 2013: Issue 2 Environmental, Health and Indigenous Communities in Alberta and the Northwest Territories. Download Here   Issue #2: 1.Comparing Water Policy in AB and NWT 2. One River, Many Relations: Research Project 3. Fish Sampling: Paul Jones 4....
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Results of Biomonitoring Project 2011-2012

Recently, many residents of Fort Chipewyan have expressed concern about changes in the environment and in the health of animals and people. In June 2011 the Athabasca Chipewyan First Nation, ACFN, and Mikisew Cree First Nation, MCFN, invited the University...
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One River Many Relations: Issue #1

Download Summer 2013: Issue #1 Environment, Health, and Indigenous Communities in Alberta and the Northwest Territories 1. Working with Outside Researchers 2. Welcome to One River Newsletter 3. Culture Camps 4. Harper and Ethical Oil 5. Fish Health Study 6....
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Students Speak out about their Environment in Fort Resolution

  In winter 2012 we visited the Deninu School in Fort Resolution to talk with teenagers about our work with elders and scientists documenting environmental changes on the Slave River and Delta and the Great Slave Lake. We shared our...
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One River, Many Relations Research Project – Issue 2

  Stef McLachlan and Andy Miller Environmental Conservation Lab, University of Manitoba mclachla@cc.umanitoba.ca Stef McLachlan has been conducting research on environmental health and justice in partnership with Indigenous communities across western Canada. He is especially interested in how western science...
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