June’s OCN also highlights new research by professor Dr. Priscilla Settee (PhD) on the effects of climate change and industry on northern Indigenous trappers, as well as profiling fellow Department of Indigenous Studies professor and Cree teacher Randy Morin’s efforts to preserve and protect Indigenous languages. This edition of OCN also features new research on testing MRI technology for future space flights, highlighted in our Uniquely USask series.
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