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Research & Partnerships

Photo taken by Owen Egan at the Office of Indigenous Initiatives and Department of Family Medicine event, A Visit with Inuk Elder Reepa Evic-Carleton, on January 30, 2023.

Research and Partnerships

Community partnerships are a key part of McGill's academic programming and our steps towards reconciliation. We are committed to developing respectful, lasting, and mutually beneficial relationships with communities across Quebec.

Community projects include in-community course delivery as well as outreach and research initiatives, which are developed and implemented in collaboration with First Nations and Inuit communities throughout the province. 

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Community-based Projects

Learn more about collaborative projects between Indigenous communities and McGill. 

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Indigenous Partners

Learn more about the Indigenous communities and institutions who have partnerships with McGill.

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How to Partner

Information for Indigenous communities on how to get involved with McGill research and outreach.

For Researchers

Visit our "Tools for Researchers" page to find resources on how to conduct culturally safe research.

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