First Nation Innovation is a 5-year project that will support First Nations who are researching how current community networks are setup and what is needed to reach future eServices. The partners have published a number of papers that share the e-community journey experiences of Keewaytinook Okimakanak partner First Nations.
Lead Researcher: Dr. Susan O'Donnel
Brian Beaton, KORI Research Associate
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Fort Severn Polar Bear Planning Research began in 2005 and carries on through the knowledge of Cree Elders by participating in co-management of the southern Hudson Bay polar bear population. Fort Severn contributes community-based research to provincial and national planning with government and Inuit and Cree Nations.
Climate Change and Mentoring Youth in Science examines the impacts of climate change, offers community-based adaptation solutions and introduces youth to careers in science through land-based science camps.
Lead Researcher: Dr. David Pearson