Ottawa 2016 Presentations

Summary Table of Presentations at the ReSDA workshop in Ottawa, October 2016

Thursday October 27, 2016      Current ReSDA Research Results

Workshop Introduction and Overview 
Chris Southcott, Lakehead University
 Southcott Ottawa intro

Session 1:  Well-being & Sustainable Environments

Community Knowledge about the Impacts of Mining
Jeanette Lockhart & Laura Jane Michel, Lutsel K’e Dene First Nation, Wildlife, Lands & Environment
Brenda Parlee University of Alberta
Ordered Reclamation:
Redefining Environmental Legacies, Resource
Development, and
Remediation in the Arctic
Anne Dance,
University of Ottawa
Asbestos Hill: Inuit
Experiences with Nunavik’s First Mine
Jeanette Carney,
Memorial University
Measuring Wellbeing to
understand resource impacts.
Kent Spiers,
University of Calgary / Arctic
Institute of North America
Indicators as a building tool for understanding
community wellbeing
Todd Godfrey,
University of Alberta
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Session 2: Community Sustainability

Understanding resource
revenue flows: A Case Study of the Yukon.
Lee Huskey,
University of Alaska, Anchorage
Resources Royalties
Distribution and Community Development: case studies from Nunavik, northern
Ontario and Alaska
Thierry Rodon and
Isabel Lemus-Lauzon,
Laval University
Jean-Marc Séguin,
Mining Coordinator, Makivik Corp
Measuring resource
development impacts: The
Inuvialuit Indicators Project
Andrey Petrov,
University of Iowa
Sovereign Wealth Funds for
Indigenous and Northern  Communities
Greg Poelzer and Melanie Plante,
University of Saskatchewan
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Session 3: Sustainable Cultures

Resource Development and
Subsistence Activities
David Natcher,
University of Saskatchewan
Gender Relations and
Resource Development
Suzanne Mills,
McMaster University
Gender, Decision Making and Natural Resource
Co-management in the Yukon
Kiri Staples,
University of Waterloo
Labour mobility and
community participation in the extractive industries: case studies in the Canadian north
Gertrude Saxinger &
Susanna Gartler,
University of Vienna
Land Claims and
Subsistence Economies in Nunavut
Josh Gladstone,
Carleton University
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Session 4: What Works

Finding What Works: Mining in Inuit Nunangat
Frances Abele,
Carleton University
Augmenting the utility of IBAs for Northern Aboriginal Communities Ben Bradshaw & Emily Martin,
University of Guelph
Reconsidering the integration of health and well-being into impact assessments and IBAs
Jen Jones,
University of Guelph
Vocational Education and Training Partnerships: Identifying Best Practices and Program Outcomes
Andrew Hodgkins
Institutional Foundations of Rankin Inlet’s Mixed
Economy
Andrew Muir,
Carleton University
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Session 5:  Panel discussion Research reflections: what does this mean for the North?

  • Ron Sparkes, Labrador Institute
  • Clint Sawicki, Yukon Research Centre
  • Charles Dorais, Makivik Corporation
  • Mary Nirlungayuk, Arctic Cooperatives

Friday October 28, 2016      Research Partners and Linkages

Overview of Day 1 & 2 discussions  Chris Southcott

Session 6:  Current ReSDA Partner Projects: Canada

Knowledge network on mining encounters and indigenous
sustainable livelihoods:
cross-perspectives from the
Circumpolar North and
Melanesia/Australia (MinErAL Network)

Thierry Rodon,
Université Laval
The Toxic Legacies Project
Arn Keeling,
Memorial University
Mining Economies, Mining Families: Extractive
Industries and
Human Development in the Eastern Subarctic

Stephan Schott and Anteneh Belayneh,
Carleton University
Tracking Change
Brenda Parlee,
University of Alberta
Change and Economic
Development in Arctic Canada (CEDAC): identifying priorities for policy,
governance, and adaptation

Jackie Dawson,
University of Ottawa
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Session 7:  Learned Lessons from International Linkages

Arctic-FROST: Arctic FRontiers Of SusTainability: Resources,
Societies, Environments and
Development in the Changing North

Lee Huskey presenting on behalf of Andrey Petrov,
University of Northern Iowa
Institute of Social and
Economic Research (ISER) Alaska Permanent Fund and Poverty Reduction

Matt Berman,
University of Alaska, Anchorage
UArctic International
Thematic Network group on
Arctic Law

Natalia Loukacheva,
Canada Research Chair
in Aboriginal Governance and Law
University of Northern British Columbia
Mining in the European Arctic
Aileen Espiritu,
Barents Institute,
University of Tromsø
Resource Extraction &
Sustainable Arctic
Communities

Dag Avango,
Royal Institute of Technology
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Day 3 – Friday October 28, 2016    Policy Implications (afternoon)

Session 8: Development of Policy Tools for research

Aynslie Ogden,
Yukon Government
Nick Xenos,
Natural Resources Canada
Danny Jette,
Indigenous & Northern Affairs Canada
Ron Sparkes,
Labrador Institute
 

Session 9: Policy directions for ReSDA research

Student Panel Discussions (Kiri Staples, University of Waterloo)

  • Todd Godfrey, University of Alberta
  • Susanna Gartler, University of Vienna
  • Melanie Plante, University of Saskatchewan
  • Jen Jones, University of Guelph
  • Anteneh Belayneh, Carleton University
No PP

Session 10: Where to now? Future directions for the ReSDA research & network.

Where to Now?  Concluding remarks
Chris Southcott, Lakehead University
 
 Southcott Oct. 28 Presentation