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Carleton News – Professor Danika Littlechild awarded $24 million federal research grant

CBC – How the Prairies must adapt to meet the challenges of climate change

Cabin Radio – Northern communities join international biodiversity project

University of British Columbia – Salmon camps show youth Indigenous science at work

CBC – Worldwide collaboration aims to curb biodiversity decline, improve Indigenous peoples’ health

Carleton University – The Ărramăt Project: Reconnecting Indigenous Well-Being & Biodiversity

Academica – UAlberta, researchers receive funding for Indigenous-related initiatives

Radio-Canada – Un projet d’études des savoirs autochtones cherche à préserver la biodiversité

Windspeaker – University of Guelph professor appointed to Canada Research Chair

Saint Mary’s University – SMU Researcher Part of New Federally Funded Global Indigenous Health and Biodiversity Project

The Globe and Mail – Ottawa’s new science grant recipients to tackle complex challenges, including Indigenous-led solutions to stem biodiversity loss

McGill University – Federal government announces 17 Canada Research Chairs for McGill

Edmonton Journal – University of Alberta academics involved in $24 million federally funded biodiversity and Indigenous health project

Simon Fraser University – SFU joins Indigenous-led research initiative tackling biodiversity decline across the globe

Dalhousie University – Building a better world with the knowledge of Indigenous Peoples

University of Alberta – Research project aims to curb decline of biodiversity and improve health of Indigenous peoples worldwide

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