Imagine living in a world where the wisdom of Indigenous communities guides our actions towards biodiversity and human health. This isn't just a vision; it's becoming a reality through the groundbreaking initiative known as Ărramăt. This New Frontiers in Research funded project is a pioneering effort to acknowledge and amplify the voices of Indigenous peoples, empowering them to share their knowledge about the environment's role in promoting health and well-being.
As Canadians experience a year of record-breaking wildfires, floods, and extreme heat, experts are warning that these conditions will persist and likely intensify over the coming decades as we experience the escalating effects of climate change and global warming. These impacts are being felt even more acutely in northern regions of the planet, where temperatures are rising at four times the global rate.
Join us in an examination of Indigenous histories and how they relate to contemporary nutrition, environmental and health issues from a Two-Eye Seeing perspective. Learn from Dr.
Prestigious awards provide support to young scientists in Canada pursuing research in Canada’s North
| Valerie MacLeod
Although Homecoming 2020 took on a different shape this year, the new virtual delivery of Masterclasses and other celebratory events gave alumni a unique opportunity to tune in to fascinating discussions on a variety of different topics, at their convenience, from the comfort of their homes.
Des dizaines de chercheurs de partout au Canada lancent un cri d'alarme au sujet de la santé des Autochtones dans cette lettre ouverte.
Nous sommes un groupe de scientifiques dans le domaine de la santé et de médecins qui écrivons pour exprimer notre préoccupation concernant les effets de la pandémie de COVID-19 sur la santé des communautés autochtones et pour souligner l'urgence d'un soutien proactif pour la sécurité alimentaire et le logement. Nous appelons à la solidarité et à une meilleure réconciliation en ces temps difficiles.
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Shorebirds breeding in Alaska are being exposed to mercury at levels that could put their populations at risk, according to new research from The Condor: Ornithological Applications.