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CINSA 2016 - Reconciliation through Research


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CINSA 2016 Reconciliation through Research - Fostering miýo-pimātisiwin

The 2016 Canadian Indigenous/Native Studies Association (CINSA) Conference will be co-hosted by the Urban Aboriginal Knowledge Network (UAKN) and First Nations University of Canada in Regina, Saskatchewan, Canada.  Dr. Carrie Bourassa, Carolyn Pelletier, Jenna Tickell, Jaqueline Anaquod and Natalie Owl presented.

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Jenna Tickell's presentation at Session 33 The Indigenous Community-Based Health Research Lab at First Nations University of Canada: Embracing Community Values In Mentorship

Jenna Tickell's presentation, Session 33 The Indigenous Community-Based Health Research Lab at First Nations University of Canada: Embracing Community Values in Mentorship

Natalie Owl presenting at Session 33 The Indigenous Community-Based Health Research Lab at First Nations University of Canada: Embracing Community Values in Mentorship

Natalie Owl presenting at The Indigenous Community-Based Health Research Lab at First Nations University of Canada: Embracing Community Values in Mentorship - Session 33

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Natalie Owl, Session 47 The Effects of the Intergenerational Residential School Experience and Negative Racial Stereotyping on Ojibwe Speech Patterns in mid-Northern Ontario Anishnawbek

Later Event: June 29
AGE-WELL Innovation Workshop