Publications:
Fostering Adaptive Capacity and Resilience to Environmental Change in Sub-Arctic First Nations: The Use of Collaborative Geomatics, an Interactive, Web-based Informatics Tool

The potential use of an interactive web-based informatics tool in remote First Nations communities in sub-arctic Canada to map traditional environmental knowledge and environmental change information is presented.

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Developing a Collaborative Health Informatics System to Foster Inter-agency Collaboration and Communication during Public Health Emergencies: Remote and Isolated First Nation Communities of Sub-arctic Ontario, Canada

To develop a collaborative health informatics system capable of capturing, displaying, and sharing health information to improve the delivery of health care services in remote and isolated First Nation communities.

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The Collaborative-geomatics Informatics Tool: Engaging Youth Using Place-based Education

Systems embodying a participatory, community-based approach and having multiple capabilities, have the potential to be introduced in remote and isolated First Nation communities for various applications.

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Health Care Delivery in Remote and Isolated First Nations Communities in Canada: The Need for a Collaborative Health Informatics System

Introducing a collaborative health informatics system to improve interagency communication, collaboration, and health information sharing in remote and isolated First Nations communities.

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The Potential Use of an Interactive Web-based Informatics Tool to Decrease the Incidence of Human-polar Bear Encounters Along the Western James Bay Coast of Ontario, Canada

The use of a collaborative web-based informatics tool to monitor polar bear encounters with First Nations along the Western James Bay Coast of Ontario, Canada.

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Exploring the Impact of Canadian Regulatory Requirements on the Persistence of the Subsistence Lifestyle: A Food Security Intervention in Remote Aboriginal Communities

Subsistence hunting is central to the social, cultural and economic sustainability of indigenous communities in Canada. This research explores some barriers to hunting practices that result from government licensing requirements.

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Sustaining a Local-food Security Initiative in a Remote Subarctic Community: Engaging Canadian First Nation Youth in Agroforestry-Community Gardens

This study aims to engage the youth of Fort Albany First Nation in the agroforestry community gardens initiative to gain insight into their perspectives on local food security.

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