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EcoHealth Research with Indigenous Communities

Print News Articles

Canadian Geographic:

  • “InukBook app to monitor health, environment in Nunatsiavut.” April 2016. Read the article.

National Geographic News:

  • “Climate Change Linked to Waterborne Diseases in Inuit Communities.” April 2012. Read the article.

CBC News North:

  • “Health survey to look at effect of climate change.”  March 2013

Nunatsiaq News:

  • “Iqaluit project eyes link between tummy troubles-climate change.” March 2013.

atGuelph:

The Portico:

  • [cover story]: “Ecohealth: a new word for some, but a long-standing field of research and study at OVC.” Fall 2011.    Read the article.  

University of Guelph Research Magazine:

  • “Storytelling Links Climate Change and Health: Researchers, Inuit Community Collaborate on Digital Storytelling Project.” Spring 2011.    Read the article.  
  • “A Threat to Tradition: Climate Change Raises Issues of Water Quality in Some Canadian Inuit Communities.” Spring 2008.   Read the article.  

 The Labradorian:

  • “Plans Underway to Tell Digital Stories in Rigolet.” April, 26, 2010
  • “Climate Change Study to Take Place in Rigolet.” August 17, 2009.

Guelph Tribune:

  • “Arctic Educator Here for Talk, Film Screening.” July 8, 2010.

Knowledge Mobilization:

  • “Digital storytelling in the North.” Knowledge Mobilization Works: Helping People Make Decisions for Change. June 2, 2010.