In this episode, host Blaise Kemna takes a dive into Indigenous-led research from three different research perspectives: first, a conversation with Dr. Courtney Mason, a Canada Research Chair at Thompson Rivers University; second, an interview with William Snow, administrative manager of the Stoney Nakoda Nation; and third, a discussion with Dr. Aimee Schmidt, excecutive director of the T’akhu Â Tlèn Conservancy in Whitehorse.
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