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CBU researchers receive grants to expand work in the field of Indigenous research – Cape Breton Post

SYDNEY, N.S. —

Cape Breton University researchers have received Tri-Agency research grants to expand work in the field of Indigenous research.

Stephen Augustine, associate vice-president, Indigenous Affairs & Unama’ki College, and Tuma Young, assistant professor, Mi’kmaq Studies and researcher at CBU, have both been awarded a Tri-Agency Indigenous Research Capacity and Reconciliation Connection Grant for their projects. Augustine received $48,890 for his work, Building Research Capacity and Facilitating Reconciliation Through Indigenous Ethics Processes, and Young received $50,000 for his work, L’nuwey Tplutaqan Mawio’min: Traditional Gatherings to Discuss the Development of a Research Agenda to Explore Mi’kma’ki Legal Principles and to Establish an L’nuwey Legal Institute in Atlantic Canada.

Read More: https://www.capebretonpost.com/news/local/cbu-researchers-receive-grants-to-expand-work-in-the-field-of-indigenous-research-286391/

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