Current projects

Impacts of COVID-19 restrictions on socio-cultural responsibilities and community life of Aboriginal people of the Kimberley

  • Research leaders: Melissa Marshall, Kathryn Thorburn, Anna Dwyer, Kate Golson
  • Coresearchers: Gillian Kennedy, Uweinna Albert, Maria Morgan, Laurie Guimond, Sandra Wooltorton, Anne Poelina, Bart Pigram, Patrick Sullivan
  • Funding: Western Australia Chief Scientist du Western Australia Department of Jobs Science Innovation and Technology (JTSI)
  • 2020-2022

Migration, Nordicity and Interculturality: Comparative Experiences of New Residents and their Host Communities: Pakua Shipu and Saint-Augustin, Lower North Shore

  • Research leaders: Laurie Guimond
  • Collaborators: Nicole Driscoll, Melissa Irving, Mary Mark, Marc-André Masse, Karine Monger, Caroline Talbot
  • Funding: Conseil de recherches en sciences humaines du Canada
  • 2018-2022

Online Training for Workers in the Social and Judicial Sectors to Raise Awareness Regarding Indigenous Realities

  • Research leaders: Laurie Guimond and Nicole O’Bomsawin
  • Funding: Bureau des affaires autochtones du ministère de la Justice, Gouvernement du Québec
  • 2020-2022

Online Training for Government Employees to Raise Awareness Regarding Indigenous Realities

  • Research leaders: Laurie Guimond and Nicole O’Bomsawin
  • Funding: Direction des relations avec les Autochtones du Secrétariat aux Affaires Autochtones, en collaboration avec le Bureau des affaires autochtones du ministère de la Justice, Gouvernement du Québec
  • 2019-2020

Mamuapuat Territory: Intercultural Coexistence on the North Shore

  • Research leader: Laurie Guimond
  • Collaboratrices : Nathalie Lapierre, Caroline Einish, Yvonne Mesténapéo
  • Funding: Société du Plan Nord, Faculté des sciences humaines de l’UQAM, Conseil des Innu de Nutashkuan, Conseil des Innus d’Unamen Shipu, Naskapi Nation of Kawawachikamach, Secrétariat aux affaires autochtones du Québec, Fonds de recherche du Québec – Société et Culture (Collectif de recherche sur les innovations économiques, sociales et territoriales)
  • 2018-2021

Support for the Adaptation of the Northern Shrimp Harvesting Strategy Undertaken by Indigenous Communities along the Quebec Coast in the Context of Climate Change

  • Research leader: Marco Alberio
  • Coresearchers: Jean-Claude Brête, Piero Calosi, Laurie Guimond, Fanny Noisette
  • Funding: Odyssée Saint-Laurent du Réseau Québec Maritime
  • 2018-2020

New Models for Action In Territorial Development within the Context of Societal and Ecological Transition: Toward a Collaborative Construction of Collective Capabilities to Increase the Well-Being of Communities in a Sustainable Way”. Research conducted by the Collectif de recherche sur les innovations économiques, sociales et territoriales (CRIEST)     

  • Research leader: Juan-Luis Klein
  • Coresearchers: Jacques Caillouette, Mélanie Doyon, Jean-Marc Fontan, Laurie Guimond, Benoît Lévesque, Diane-Gabrielle Tremblay, Pierre-André Tremblay, Catherine Trudelle
  • Collaborators : Marco Alberio, Bernard Pecqueur
  • Funding: Fonds de recherche du Québec – Société et Culture
  • 2018-2022