November 16th, 2023 – Sharing Anishinaabe Health Research in Good Ways with Dr. Cindy Peltier Anishinaabe

This session will focus on how one researcher transformed research findings into teaching tools such as a film and online pedagogy grounded in Anishinaabe knowledge to respect community priorities.

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Date: Thursday, November 16th, 2023 (PST)
Time: 10 a.m. to 11:30 am
Where: Free online via Zoom

About the Presenters:


Dr. Cindy Peltier is Anishinaabe-kwe with connections to Wiikwemkoong Unceded Territory and Nipissing First Nation. She is an Associate Professor and the inaugural Chair in Indigenous Education at Nipissing University. Her former roles include teacher, principal, and research consultant serving several Anishinaabe communities in Ontario. Dr. Peltier’s research interests include the intersections of health, education, and Anishinaabe knowledge. Her writing has focused on the lived experiences of Anishinaabek with cancer, Anishinaabe healing, wellness, and community-based research methodologies.



  • “This was Real” – Film link
  • Wiidooktaadyang (We are Helping One Another): Promoting Health and Wellness in Anishinaabe Communities Website
  • To earn a Digital Badge for your professional portfolio, please visit: Website
  • Terminology and Nbisiing Nishnaabemwin – Website

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