Laura Addicott

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Name: Laura Addicott
Date registered: April 5, 2013

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  1. Fish-WIKS participates in panel on ocean scholarship — May 30, 2017
  2. Fisheries Forum hosted by Fish-WIKS community partner, Tla-o-qui-aht First Nation — April 25, 2017
  3. Fish-WIKS to participate at UN Permanent Forum — April 25, 2017
  4. Data collection in Nunavut completed — April 25, 2017
  5. Master’s student defends thesis — April 20, 2017

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Fish-WIKS participates in panel on ocean scholarship

Shelley Denny, Fish-WIKS Steering Committee member and PhD student, along with several Dalhousie scholars took part in a public panel which explored the economic, ecological, social and cultural ties that have shaped Canada’s interactions with the ocean since Confederation in 1867.The panel was part of a larger three-day event called “Canada’s Responsibility to Our Shining …

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Fisheries Forum hosted by Fish-WIKS community partner, Tla-o-qui-aht First Nation

(Article by Saul Milne) Tla-o-qui-aht First Nation (TFN), a Fish-WIKS community partner, hosted a two-day fisheries forum meeting that included Tla-o-qui-aht haw’ił (hereditary leaders), fishermen, T’aaq-wiihak (with authority of the chiefs, negotiation and implementation table for court case) negotiators, Tribal Parks, TFN Seafoods, Uu-a-thluk, and the TFN Fisheries program, as well as the salmon enhancement …

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Fish-WIKS to participate at UN Permanent Forum

Four representatives of the Fish-WIKS research team will travel to New York City to conduct a side event during the UN Permanent Forum on Indigenous Issues.  Principal Investigator, Dr. Lucia Fanning, Steering Committee member, Chris Milley, and Terry (Seit-cha) Dorward and Jade Owen, Community Liaison Coordinators from the West Coast and Arctic regions respectively, will …

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Data collection in Nunavut completed

(Article and photos by Mirjam Held) Between mid-February and the end of March Mirjam Held, the PhD student for the Arctic region, travelled to Nunavut for her fieldwork. Yes, it was cold, on average around -30°C (as it is a dry cold it is not as chilling), but most days were sunny and beautiful. While …

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Master’s student defends thesis

Lisa Blenkinsop, Fish-WIKS Master’s student at the University of Guelph, successfully defended her Master’s thesis, Generational Perspectives on Community Knowledge Transfer in Nipissing First Nation recently. Lisa’s research, in partnership with Nipissing First Nation, explored historical and contemporary intergenerational knowledge transfer in the community. Elders and youth from the Nipissing First Nation community were invited …

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