The Talon: New Funding, eBook Release

Welcome to Shared Value Solutions' biweekly funding and news digest. We hope it finds you well.

 

Along with a round-up of new funding opportunities, this week we are pleased to announce the release of a new eBook that explores how Indigenous...

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Announcing New eBook: Pandemic-Inspired Research Innovations

New eBook explores how Indigenous Nations are using remote solutions to protect their rights and interests during COVID-19

In the early days of the pandemic as pretty much everything about how we live and work turned on its head ,we wondered how...

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The Talon: New Funding, National Indigenous Peoples Day

Welcome to Shared Value Solutions' biweekly funding and news digest. We hope it finds you well.

 

June is National Indigenous History Month and June 21st is National Indigenous Peoples Day. This is an important time to reflect on Canada’s...

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Tailgate Temperature Checks: Eagle Lake First Nation Pushes Ahead with Mercury Sampling During Pandemic

Miles Pitchenese, Levi Snook and Jody Duncan sampling in 2019

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The Talon: New Funding, Field Work During COVID-19

Welcome to Shared Value Solutions' biweekly funding and news digest. We hope it finds you well.

"It's been a long time coming, but I know a change is gonna come." - Sam Cooke

SVS stands in solidarity with the Black Lives Matter movement. We...

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#AntiRacism #BlackLivesMatter Songs of Action, Reflection and Hope

Thousands of people attended the anti-racism protest in Guelph on Saturday.

 

" I know a change gonna come, oh yes it will." - Sam Cooke

Award-winning musician Andrew Craig shared a powerful rendition of Sam Cooke's classic with the thousands of...

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Shawanaga First Nation Pilots Field Guide to Research During COVID-19

Zeegwun and Ogichida McQuabbie helping their dad, Lands Manager Tobias McQuabbie, with field assessments at Shawanaga First Nation. 

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The Talon: New Funding, New Work Approches During COVID-19

Welcome to Shared Value Solutions' biweekly funding and news digest. We hope this edition finds you well. Based on your enthusiastic response to our last feature on remote research for Indigenous Knowledge studies, we are pleased to feature the...

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Acho Dene Koe First Nation Benefits From Remote Lands Department During Pandemic

Acho Dene Koe Territory, Fort Laird, NWT*

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