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Dealing with ‘erasure’: The role of Indigenous knowledge in drawing maps of Canada

One of BCMF’s Research Team members shares this interesting article that discusses the role of Indigenous knowledge in drawing maps of Canada.
“There’s gaps within their planning because there’s no relationship with the Indigenous communities.”
Local Métis have long histories in the Pacific Northwest, and the local community must be involved in shaping the research and decision-making within knowledge partnerships and accountable relationships.
For more on cutting-edge community-based efforts using Geographical Information Systems to uncover and repatriate the lost history and memory in the Pacific Northwest, have a look at the Community-based Research Portal at: https://bcmetis.com/programs-services/community-based-research-portal/.
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