The Talon: Funding, Ontario's Far North Act Changes, and More!

Happy New Year! Welcome to Shared Value Solutions' biweekly funding and news digest. We hope it finds you well in this brand new year. 

 

This week we are putting the spotlight on Ontario's proposed changes to the Far North Act. The deadline to...

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The Talon: Funding, eBook Release, and More!

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

 

This week we are excited to announce the release of our latest eBook. We have been sharing blog posts in our series, Indigenous Knowledge Matters ...

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The Talon: Funding, Channeling the Wisdom of Indigenous Knowledge, and More!

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

 

This week we share our latest blog post in our series, Indigenous Knowledge Matters. We hear from Marci Riel from the Manitoba Metis Federation,...

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

 Studying a Pipeline Right-of-Way at Halfway River First Nation

 

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The Talon: Funding, Shop Indigenous Gift Guide, and More!

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

 

This week we share some of our favourite Indigenous businesses and artists who offer beautiful and unique gifts for everyone on your holiday list. ...

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Shop Indigenous! SVS's Gift Giving Guide

Raise your hand if you’re done your holiday shopping! Anyone? No? We aren’t either. Lately, the virtual watercooler chat among SVS staff has been about our favourite places to shop, in particular, our favourite Indigenous businesses.

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The Talon: Funding, Treaty Week, Showing Cumulative Effects, and More!

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

 

This week we share some resources about Treaty Recognition Week. We also present the latest post in our popular Indigenous Knowledge Matters blog...

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

Often when we work with an Indigenous Nation to collect and display Indigenous Knowledge data on a map, defined shapes appear where there is no data at all. Like missing puzzle pieces in an otherwise rich picture of land use, these blanks on the...

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