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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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IndigeSTEAM Careers: Meet Matthew Watson, MSc.

Welcome to the next post in our series that celebrates Indigenous professionals with careers in STEAM! SVS is committed to supporting Indigenous youth who are pursuing careers in STEAM (science, technology, engineering, math, and the arts,...

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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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Talent Search: Sample Job Description for Community Researchers

Photo: Indigenous Knowledge interview underway in Pimicikamak Cree Nation

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A Mi’gmaq Government's Grand Plan: Use Indigenous Knowledge Studies 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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Conference Announcement: NALMA National Gathering in Whitehorse, YK

We are headed to Whitehorse, Yukon on September 11-13 for the 11th annual National Aboriginal Land Managers Association (NALMA) National Gathering.

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