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TitleIqalungmiut: a Gjoa Haven knowledge-sharing workshop
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AuthorWolfe, S A; Schott, S; Chapman, J
SourceGeological Survey of Canada, Open File 8478, 2018, 3 pages, https://doi.org/10.4095/313097
Year2018
PublisherNatural Resources Canada
Documentopen file
Lang.English
Mediaon-line; digital
File formatreadme
File formatpdf (Adobe® Reader®); rtf; mp4
ProvinceNunavut
NTS57B/12; 57B/13; 67A/09; 67A/16
AreaGjoa Haven; Kakivaktuqvik; Kitinguraalik; Iqalungmiut; King William Island; Kivalliq; Canadian Arctic Archipelago
Lat/Long WENS -96.2500 -95.7500 69.0000 68.5000
SubjectsEducation and Training; environmental geology; community engagement; knowledge sharing; traditional knowledge; fisheries resources; natural resources; harvest; resource utilization; data collection; survey methods; cooperative learning; aboriginal culture; aboriginal peoples; Inuit
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Natural Resources Canada Library - Ottawa (Earth Sciences)
 
ProgramPermafrost, Climate Change Geoscience
Released2018 11 29
AbstractNatural Resources Canada (NRCan) has a strong interest in enhancing community engagement throughout its programs. To this end, NRCan participated in a three-day knowledge-sharing workshop with elders, adults and youth from Gjoa Haven, organized by researchers from Carleton and Queen's universities. The purpose of the workshop was to collect data of relevance to the local community within the context of traditional harvesting and resource utilization, to teach data collection and survey methods to youths, adults and elders, and to co-develop future research strategies of relevance to the community. The workshop demonstrated cooperative learning and community engagement towards addressing issues of importance in the Canadian Arctic. This report presents a video summary of the workshop.
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Natural Resources Canada (NRCan) participated in a three-day fishery harvest workshop with elders, adults and youth from Gjoa Haven and organized by researchers from Carleton and Queen's universities. The purpose of the workshop was to collect data of relevance to the local community within the context of traditional harvesting and resource utilization, to teach data collection and survey methods to youths, adults and elders, and to co-develop future research strategies of relevance to the community. The workshop demonstrates cooperative learning and community engagement towards addressing issues of importance in the Canadian Arctic. In this report, a video of the workshop is presented.
GEOSCAN ID313097