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New Course Spring 2021 - GEOG 498 Environment and Health in Indigenous Communities

Posted on 2021-03-04 in News

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Through online synchronous/asynchronous learning and community visits (COVID permitting) in a local community we will introduce you to the environmental health, strengths and challenges facing Indigenous people in Canada, with a focus on First Nations in Saskatchewan.

This course is taught by Dr. Corinne Schuster-Wallace, PhD, professor in the Department of Geography and Planning.

If you have any questions please contact Dr. Schuster-Wallace directly at


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