Presentations

ArcticNet 2016 Panel Discussion – ‘Vision for Sustainable Arctic Communities’ Panellists (left to right: Sherilee Harper, Megan Dicker, Jamie Snook, Shelly Elverum); Chair: Chris Furgal

ArcticNet 2016 Panel Discussion – ‘Vision for Sustainable Arctic Communities’ Panellists (left to right: Sherilee Harper, Megan Dicker, Jamie Snook, Shelly Elverum); Chair: Chris Furgal

2017 (October) – Guest Lecture – Inuit Co-management in Nunatsiavut. Analyzing the intersection of fish and wildlife governance and public health. Grenfell Institute – Environmental Policy (ENVP) 6000, Foundations of Environmental Policy and Administration

2017 (June) – 9th International Congress on Arctic Social Sciences – Umeå, Sweden – SpeakerIndigenous Co-management and Collaboration in Torngat Mountains Caribou research.

2017 (June) – 9th International Congress on Arctic Social Sciences – Umeå, Sweden – Speaker – Indigenous Co-management and the creation of Boundary Objects.

2017 (June) – 9th International Congress on Arctic Social Sciences – Umeå, Sweden – SpeakerA Half Century in the Making: Governing Commercial Fisheries through Indigenous Marine Co-Management and the Torngat Joint Fisheries Board.

 2017 (June) – 9th International Congress on Arctic Social Sciences – Umeå, Sweden – Speaker / PanellistIndigenous and municipal resistance, and responses to hydroelectric development in the North.

2017 (May) – Labrador Research Forum – Happy Valley-Goose Bay, Newfoundland and Labrador – Speaker10 Years of fisheries and wildlife research, policy analysis, recommendations, and decisions within the Labrador Inuit Land Claim Area.

2017 (May) – Labrador Research Forum – Happy Valley-Goose Bay, Newfoundland and Labrador – SpeakerTorngat Mountains Caribou Research.

2017 (March) – Guest Lecture – Governing Commercial Fisheries through Indigenous Marine Co-Management and the Torngat Joint Fisheries Board – Guest Lecturer – Graduate Course, Fisheries Policy and Planning (6004), Marine Institute of Memorial University: Aboriginal Fisheries Section.

2017 (March) – Guest Lecture – Land Claims, Co-management and Northern Fisheries – Graduate Course, Indigenous Rights and Resource Management Course, Marine Affairs Program, Dalhousie University.

2017 (March) – Canadian Partnership Against Cancer Pan-Canadian Workshop – Opening Keynote – Municipalities as the architects of healthy Canadians.

2017 (January) – Northern Exposure Conference – St. John’s, Newfoundland and Labrador – Speaker – Labrador’s resource development future from a municipal perspective.

2016 – ArcticNet 2016 Conference – Winnipeg, Manitoba – PanelistVision for Sustainable Arctic Communities.

2016 – ArcticNet 2016 Conference – Winnipeg, Manitoba – SpeakerTransdisciplinary research of Torngat Mountains Caribou.

2016 – ArcticNet 2016 Conference – Winnipeg, Manitoba – SpeakerA 10-Year Reflection on Indigenous co-management implementation in Nunatsiavut.

2016 – ArcticNet 2016 Conference: Student Day – Winnipeg, Manitoba – PanelistMaking Research Matter.

2016 – Nunatsiavut Fisheries Workshop – Happy Valley – Goose Bay – Facilitator / Speaker2016 Commercial Fisheries & Torngat Joint Fisheries Board Summary

2016 – Inuit Traditions: 20th Biennial Inuit Studies Conference – St. John’s, NL – SpeakerTraditional knowledge and decision making in Indigenous co-management.

2016 – Katingavik Inuit Arts Festival – St. John’s, NL – Panel Facilitator & Moderator – Film screening & discussion of Torngat Secretariat documentary:  Atlantic Salmon Arctic Char: A Legacy for Life.

2016 Expo Labrador

2016 Expo Labrador

2016 – Expo Labrador 2016 – Happy Valley – Goose Bay, Labrador – Closing KeynoteDiversification and reconciliation in Labrador.

2016 – 16th North American Caribou Workshop – Thunder Bay, Ontario – Poster & AttendanceFirst census and preliminary population trends data of the Torngat Mountains caribou herd: Connections between scientific and Inuit knowledge.

2016 – Adaptation Canada 2016 – Ottawa, Ontario – PanelistAdapting to climate change in the Canadian Arctic

2016 – Arctic Science Summit Week – Fairbanks, Alaska – Speaker – AMAP/EU-PolarNet Stakeholder Workshop – Labrador case studies and research opportunities to understand the compounding impact of Government policy on Climate Change, and Arctic Health and Wellness.

2016 – Northern Lights Conference – Ottawa, Ontario – SpeakerLabrador Wellness Centre Project.

2016 – Northern Lights Conference – Ottawa, Ontario – SpeakerThe ecological significance of Canada’s oceans and the socio-economic significance of a Snow Crab Fishery in the Labrador Inuit Settlement Area.

2015 – ArcticNet 2015 Conference – Vancouver, British Columbia – SpeakerMaximizing the value of social sciences research and the promotion of stewardship.

2015 – Arctic Marine Governance Conference – Reykjavík, Iceland – SpeakerPerspectives and hope for social media in inter-jurisdictional co-management.