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GEOG 465 Offered in Winter Term 202301 - Environment and Health in Indigenous Communities

Through classroom learning and field work 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.


GEOG 465.3 will be offered in the Winter Term (202301) 

GEOG 465.3 catalogue information click here

To take the class you must apply, click here to apply.

Read about the experiences of the previous class in this article.
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