Our Ancestors are in the Water, Land, and Air: Using an Integrative Approach of Indigenous and Western Research Methods for Community-Based Participatory Environment and Health Research


For generations, A’se’k - now known as Boat Harbour - was a culturally important place for the Mi’kmaq of Pictou Landing First Nation. For almost 50 years, Boat Harbour has been receiving the toxic wastewater of a... [ view full abstract ]


  1. Heather Castleden (Associate Professor, Queen's University)
  2. Sheila Francis (Community Research Partner, Pictou Landing First Nation)
  3. Diana Lewis-Campbell (Ph.D Candidate, Dalhousie University)
  4. Kim Strickland (Community Research Associate, Pictou Landing First Nation)
  5. Colleen Denny (Community Research Associate, Pictou Landing First Nation)

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Best Practices: Design, Implement, Manage CitSci Projects


9F » Symposium: Best Practices for Designing, Implementing, & Managing CS Projects & Programs (14:40 - Thursday, 12th February, LL20D)

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