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Indigenous Knowledge and research: a rich intersection of ways of knowing

A collection of stories to mark National Indigenous History Month in June and National Indigenous Peoples Day on June 21
An abstract pattern of black, white and red shapes resembling some Indigenous art of the Northwest Coast.

From finding new cancer treatments, to building a digital record of Canada’s residential school history, to creating research spaces that inspire the next generation, Indigenous Knowledge and research practices provide innovative solutions to contemporary issues and lend another way of understanding science, the arts and ourselves.

To mark National Indigenous History Month this June and National Indigenous Peoples Day on June 21, we offer this collection of stories that illustrate the powerful intersection of Indigenous Knowledge and research.