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Wednesday, November 7 • 10:30am - 12:00pm
(90 min) Incorporating indigenous ways of knowing into applied research / Intégration de façons autochtones de savoir à la recherche appliquée

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Organized by: Colleges and Institutes Canada, Anna Toneguzzo

Indigenous ways of knowing – how First Nations, Métis and Inuit peoples relate to the world around them, through community practices, ritual and relations – have traditionally not been integrated into academic research. This valuable expertise is often overlooked. Recognising this gap, colleges and institutes across Canada are developing partnerships with First Nations, Métis and Inuit communities to advance applied research on some of the most scientifically pressing issues of our time, which results in social innovation in sectors as diverse as food security, climate change and governance. Applied research undertaken by colleges and institutes is demand- driven, based on local and regional community needs. This is important in urban areas, but particularly in rural, remote and northern areas where colleges are key providers of training, work- integrated learning opportunities and applied research. A key characteristic of applied research is to partner with communities to understand and define the problem that needs to be solved and to then design adequate, applicable and relevant solutions. Colleges and institutes, with their expertise in applied research, training and strong employer connections, are able to draw upon their resources, infrastructure and laboratories to support innovation by, for and with First Nations, Métis and Inuit communities. This panel will focus on their experience, lessons learned and the way forward on applied research with First Nations, Métis and Inuit communities, while also taking into account how these communities can develop and engage in their own research initiatives.



Moderators
avatar for Ursula Gobel

Ursula Gobel

Associate Vice-President, Future Challenges, Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council
Ursula Gobel was appointed associate vice-president, future challenges, at SSHRC in April 2014. In her role, she collaborates with the research community and partners across the public, private and not-for-profit sectors to advance the social sciences and humanities contributions... Read More →
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Manon Tremblay

Director, Indigenous Research, Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council
Manon Tremblay is a member of the Muskeg Lake Cree Nation.  She is the Director, Indigenous Research at the Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council where she leads the initiative to build Indigenous research capacity.  Prior to that, she was the Senior Project Leader for... Read More →

Speakers
avatar for Bronwyn Hancock

Bronwyn Hancock

Associate Vice President Research Development, Yukon College
Bronwyn Hancock is the Associate Vice President Research Development for Yukon College, soon to be Yukon University. She is responsible for the planning, development and implementation of research at Yukon College, and for the development of positive relationships with the broader... Read More →
avatar for Émilie Parent

Émilie Parent

PhD Candidate, Université de Montréal
Émilie Parent is completing her Ph. D. in anthropology at the Université de Montréal and worksas a research assistant at the Cégep de Victoriaville’s Centre d’innovation sociale en agriculture(CISA).Specifically, she’s responsible for Indigenous projects at CISA and currently... Read More →
avatar for Pitseolak Pfeifer

Pitseolak Pfeifer

MA Student, Northern Studies, Carleton University
Born and raised in Iqaluit, Pitseolak is currently building on over 25 years of Inuit advocacy inhis M.A. in Northern Studies at Carleton University. His research interests lie at the intersectionof sustainable Northern community development, Indigenous epistemologies, and socio-culturaland... Read More →
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Dr. Krista Robson

Chair of the Research Ethics Board and Professor, Red Deer College
Dr. Krista Robson, Chair of the Research Ethics Board at Red Deer College, received a SSHRC Knowledge Synthesis Grant in 2016-2017 to investigate how the OCAP approach could be applied to college research in Central Alberta. (OCAP: "ownership, control, access, and possession" approach... Read More →
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Gabriel Snowboy

President, Nihtaauchin Chisasibi Center of Sustainability
Gabriel Snowboy is from the Cree Nation of Chisasibi, located near the shores of the James Bay, northern Quebec. Gabriel spent most his career helping to make the community a better place, either by building houses or by community-based projects that benefit the youth and whole community... Read More →


Wednesday November 7, 2018 10:30am - 12:00pm
Delta Ottawa - Chaudière

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