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The State Of Northwest Territories Country Food Systems: Planning For Long-Term Sustainability - Youth OTL Project
Principal Investigator: Fresque-Baxter, Jennifer
Licensed Year(s): 2018
Summary: The Aurora Research Institute (ARI) and Government of the Northwest Territories Department of Environment and Natural Resources (ENR) have joined with research partners in communities, Canadian universities, and throughout the NWT, including the Northwest Territories Métis Nation (NWTMN), to conduct research on the state of country food systems in the Northwest Territories (NWT). Jennifer Fresque-...


Traditional Knowledge Study of Flood and Climatic History in the Slave River Delta, NWT
Principal Investigator: Armitage, Derek
Licensed Year(s): 2005 2004
Summary: The Slave River Delta is one of a series of important delta ecosystems in the Mackenzie Basin. The adjacent community of Fort Resolution depends on its high biological productivity and diversity for both food and resources. Recent and predicted changes i...


Food Choice Decisions by Western Arctic Aboriginal Women and Children
Principal Investigator: Kuhnlein, Harriet V
Licensed Year(s): 2001 2000
Summary: During the second interview phase scheduled for this year, dietary data will be collected again for children aged 10-12. During this time, a random sample of young women and children in school will be interviewed for their food choice decision factors based on information gathered during phase one (Nov-Dec, 2000). A second interview phase will take place in the same communities during Sept-Oct., 2...


Nutrient Benefits of Arctic Traditional/Country Food
Principal Investigator: Kuhnlein, Harriet V
Licensed Year(s): 2000
Summary: The Centre for Indigenous People's Nutrition (CINE) has developed the methodologies for analyses of nutrients in traditional food resources of Indigenous Peoples. It is recognized that risk and benefit assessments need to include information on food items as consumed. Databases used to process Arctic dietary data include both traditional food (TF) and market food (MF); while most MF items have n...


Variance in food use in Dene/Metis Communities
Principal Investigator: Kuhnlein, Harriet V
Licensed Year(s): 1994
Summary: The researchers will collect information about levels of food comsumption in Aklavik, Arctic Red River, Deline, Ft. Good Hope, Colville Lake, Ft. Simpson, Ft. Rae, Lutsel K'e, Ft. Resolution, Ft. Smith, Ft. McPherson, Edzo, Wrigley, Jean-Marie River, Ft. Providence, Hay River, and Ft. Smith. 3 types of surveys will be delivered by trained community members: (1) a 24-hour diet recall; (2) a socio-c...


Estimation of the risk to the inhabitants of Fort Resolution of renal impairment related to the long-term consumption of traditional food contaminated by environmental cadmium.
Principal Investigator: Chan, L.H.M.
Licensed Year(s): 1994
Summary: The researchers will be collecting food samples and analyzing them for the presence of cadmium. The study is being conducted in concert with H. Kuhnlein's study on food use patterns in Dene/Metis communities. Thus, cadmium levels in food can be assessed in light of food consumption patterns in order to address the risks associated with consumption of foods containing cadmium....


Mackenzie River Watershed Survey of Fish Harvesters
Principal Investigator: Little, Lois M.
Licensed Year(s): 1988
Summary: The Dene Nation asked the Department of Indian and Northern Affairs to conduct a survey about fish caught in the Mackenzie Valley. Lutra Assoc. will be training someone in each community to ask questions like this: How many fish are not normal and why? Where are these caught? How much fish are people eating? Is this changing because more abnormal fish are being caught? What would happen if pe...


Licence #2353
Principal Investigator: Lathrop, Mark
Licensed Year(s): 1978
Summary: To study the nutritional status of native people whose eating habits have changed from that of food obtained from "the land" to food obtained commercially. This will be accomplished by administering an oral gluscose test to be studied for indications of diabetes....


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