Research Interests and Research Ethics

Current

2016 - present: PhD Candidate, Language, Culture & Teaching doctoral degree program, York University, Toronto, Canada

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

Associate Vice President - Culture, Healing and Wellbeing at Weeneebayko Area Health Authority

Director of Public Health and Co-Chair of Weeneebayko Area Health Authority Research & Ethics Committee 


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

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