Digging Deep

Examining the root causes of HIV and AIDS among Aboriginal women in Canada. 

Dr. Carrie Bourassa was Recognized for her

Work on the Indigenous Water Co-Governance Project!

 photo credit: indigenous cbc

photo credit: indigenous cbc


Carrie Bourassa is currently PI on WEPGN funded project Indigenous Water Co-Governance: Emerging Models of Distributed Water Governance in British Columbia and Alberta. Carrie has recently joined the Health Sciences North Research Institute (HSNRI) as their new Chair in Northern & Indigenous Health and as a Senior Scientist with HSNRI. And in February 2017, she took the lead as Scientific Director of the Canadian Institutes of Health Research's Institute of Aboriginal Peoples' Health. Congratulations, Carrie! 

Other Research Projects in Action

2014 AGE-WELL: Networks of centres of excellence of Canada aging gracefully across environments using technology to support wellness, engagement and long life.

2015 INDIGENOUS WATER CO-GOVERNANCE: Emerging models of distributed water governance in British Columbia and Alberta.