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Pewaseskwan, FSIN and SFNWC work together to support indigenous women

Pewaseskwan,FSIN, andSaskatchewan First Nations Women'sThe Commission has signed a memorandum of understanding. did. Friday to commemorate the start of the research alliance. The

alliance is at a time oftruth and reconciliation, and the group wants to make sure that the research is led by the indigenous community.

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FSIN's Third Deputy Chief, Aly Bear, states that investigations may be conducted by non-indigenous peoples and must be led by indigenous peoples.

"In particular, it's a survey of indigenous peoples, and what can help us to heal and move forward," says Bear.

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Bear is at the University of Saskatchewan Saskatchewan to support the movement.

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Alexandra King He is co-leading pewaseskwan in it, a study of resentful health and wellness, and is very excited about the alliance.

"I think it's a great honor to work here," King said.

King says most of the funding for his research comes from the Canadian Institute of Health.

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