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Funding your Lands and Consultation Department for Long Term Success

“The problem that exists is that the funding does not, in my opinion, take into account the full extent of activities that are happening.”—Boyd Clark, Band Manager, Acho Dene Koe First Nation 

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A Mi’gmaq Government's Grand Plan: Channeling Indigenous Knowledge to Build Capacity

 

Image: MTI community researchers at work

 

“The best Indigenous Knowledge Studies that come out of communities are conducted by the communities themselves. With community involvement there is more confidence on what’s being done and how the...

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Filling in the Blanks: How to Show Cumulative Effects in Indigenous Knowledge Studies

How to make sure your Indigenous Knowledge studies effectively capture the history of changes to your land use and occupancy over time

to make a clear and powerful argument as to how the next proposed development project may affect your lands and...

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Maximizing the Impact of First Nation and Métis Knowledge in Impact Assessments

When it comes to Indigenous Knowledge and Land Use Studies,

the possibilities, and the benefits, are endless.

Welcome to this first post from our popular eBook, "Channeling the Wisdom of Indigenous Knowledge- Ideas Bundle for Indigenous Knowledge...

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Outsourcing your Lands and Consultation Department

 

“We now have a voice. We’re starting to be heard again, whereas we were really kind of silenced. We were overwhelmed by the volume of referrals and frustrated that everything was happening around us.… Even though we’re using a consultant, we’ve...

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Funding your Lands and Consultation Department for Long Term Success

“The problem that exists is that the funding does not, in my opinion, take into account the full extent of activities that are happening.”—Boyd Clark, Band Manager, Acho Dene Koe First Nation 

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Eight Ways GIS is Helping Shawanaga First Nation Establish its IPCA

 

Welcome to the final post in our blog series that explores the power of mapping and GIS in supporting Indigenous Nations to advance their rights and interests. Over the series, we’ve explored everything from custom collector apps for land users to...

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GIS In Action: Answering Your Common Questions

 

Welcome to the third post in our blog series that explores the power of mapping and GIS in supporting Indigenous Nations to advance their rights and interests. 

 

When someone is talking about GIS, does it sometimes feel like you don't completely...

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GIS In Action: Wasauksing's Aquatic Monitoring Program

 

Welcome to the second post in our blog series that explores the power of mapping and GIS in supporting Indigenous Nations to advance their rights and interests. 

 

In this story, we explore how Wasauksing First Nation used GIS and a...

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GIS In Action: The Magnetawan Reptile Monitoring Program

 

Welcome to our newest blog series that explores the power of mapping and GIS in supporting Indigenous Nations to advance their rights and interests. GIS stands for Geographic Information Systems. Many of us know the term, but if you are fuzzy on...

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