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Research, Ethics & Collaborations

2016 - present: PhD Candidate

 Language, Culture & Teaching doctoral degree program

York University, Toronto, Canada

Dissertation: Stealing Across Time: Indigenous Eeyou Istchee as Autochthonous and Decolonization 

2020 - 2022: Co-Chair

Weeneebayko Area Health Authority Research & Ethics Committee 

Moose Factory, Ontario 

2020 - 2022: Co- Principal Investigator

National Indigenous Youth-Centered Justice Project (IYJP)  

Toronto Metropolitan University

2020 - 2022: Principal Investigator, Weeneebayko Area Health Authority

Project Title: Assessing Health Services for Mental Health and Addictions in the James and Hudson Bay Region, 2010 - 2019

Laurentian University, Sudbury Ontario

2022:  Weeneebayko Area Health Authority-ICES-Laurentian University Collaboration:Working Together to support communities with Indigenous Health Research in the James and Hudson Bay Region, in Northeast Ontario, Canada

Authors: Beth Rachlis, Kathleen Qu, Justice Seidel, Yantao Zhao, Kiana Seidel, Robert Gagnon, Sandra Kioke, Elaine Innes, Minnie Ho, Charles Victor, Sujitha Ratnasingham, Jennifer D. Walker, Loretta Loon

International Population Data Linkage Network Conference, Edinburgh, Scotland  


2022:  Past, Present, and Future: The Story of a Northern Ontario First Nations Health Data Partnership

Loretta Loon , PhD (c); Jennifer Walker, PhD; Maureen Gustafson, MPH. National Collaborating Centre for Indigenous Health


Indigenous Resurgence and Resiliency, Autochthony, Indigenous Time, Nation-Building, Community Development, Indigenous Children & Youth Over-representation in Child Welfare and Justice Systems

Eeyoud, Cree, Decolonizing Education, Land Based Pedagogy, Minomathasowin

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