Fishing is an important cultural and economic activity for many of the First Nations communities in Canada, but the governance of their fisheries is complicated. Chirag Patney, a rural planning master’s student, explains how he hopes his research will help shine a light on one community’s concerns when it comes to policies and programs that govern their fishing activities. You can follow @SEDRD and @UofGuelphOAC on Twitter for future updates on Chirag's research.
Descriptive transcript available here: https://www.uoguelph.ca/oac/system/files/Episode%208%20How%20is%20research%20supporting%20First%20Nations%20fisheries.txt
Funding for this episode was provided by the W.S. (Stan) Young Memorial Communications Grant through the OAC Alumni Foundation.