For the first time in history, a Canadian court has issued a ruling in two Indigenous languages. The ruling in Whalen v Fort McMurray No 468 First Nation by the Canadian Federal Court – a summary of which was issued in both Cree and Dene – overturned the suspension of Fort McMurray No. 468 First Nation…Read more
About: Toni Valenti
Toni Valenti is a Research Assistant with ABS Canada, and is currently a Juris Doctor student at the University of Ottawa. She recently completed a Master of Indigenous Relations degree at Laurentian University, and has an academic background in Medical Anthropology and arts-based health research. Her interests include understanding the intersection between colonialism and intellectual property laws, as well as supporting Indigenous Peoples and communities in protecting their intellectual property according to their own legal traditions.
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On Thursday, March 28th, ABS Canada attended the Indigenous Data Sovereignty panel at the Shifting Horizons research data conference at the University of Ottawa. The purpose of the conference, hosted by the uOttawa Library, was to provide a series of workshops for the academic community in order to enrich the data management experience. The Indigenous Data Sovereignty…Read more
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