"How do Environmental Assessment (EA) Professionals experience the requirements and process to incorporate Indigenous Knowledge (IK)* in environmental assessments?”That is the question that researchers are asking for a joint research study...Read More
Thanks to to the Anishinabek/Ontario Fisheries Resource Centre for inviting us to facilitate Indigenous Traditional Knowledge Interview Training in North Bay, Ontario. Our team members had a great time connecting with the AOFRC staff and...Read More
The federal government announced the beginning of its review of the federal environmental assessment processes on July 20, 2016 – the day before National Aboriginal Day. The Government of Canada says it has committed to review and restore...Read More
Looking both ways: In this post we look at seven implications of new Canadian Environmental Assessments processes for Indigenous Nations. In a follow-up post we will look at implications for project proponents.
By Don Richardson (Shared Value...Read More
Check Your Pocket
The Caribou has been a Canadian icon since appearing on our quarters in 1936. But the Caribou on your quarter is in trouble in many parts of Canada, especially where their forest habitat is disturbed or fragmented.
Archaeology and Indigenous Rights: Mississaugas of the New Credit First Nation community member Carolyn King (left) monitoring an archaeological assessment in the Greater Toronto Area with Shared Value Solutions Archaeologist, Trieneke Gastmeier...Read More
Caribou horns of a dilemma: put time, money and energy into developing indigenous environmental monitoring efforts
stick to hiring outside technical consulting firms?
Indigenous Environmental Monitoring: Why Bother?
When big infrastructure...Read More
The Canadian Chamber of Commerce says collaboration with Aboriginal communities is key in natural resource development.
The Canadian Chamber of Commerce recently published a report on one of the most critical issues facing Canada's natural...Read More