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This month's scientific news focuses on the research of Oliver Sonnentag, an INQ-affiliated researcher, professor in the Department of Geography at the Université de Montréal and holder of the Canada Research Chair in Atmospheric Biogeosciences at High-Latitudes.
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Come and discover this fish which has been eaten by Canada's Inuit for millennia.
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Institut nordique du Québec (INQ) and the Sentinelle Nord research strategy are pleased to announce...

Upcoming Events

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This forum is an opportunity to take stock of research and structuring projects for Indigenous research in the North, and to discuss ways of participating in the self-determination of First Peoples in terms of research.
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A second workshop, dedicated to Axis 3 - Ecosystem Functioning and Environmental Protection, is scheduled for October 11 at the Université de Québec à Montréal. There is still time for affiliated researchers to register their interest in attending the workshop by contacting Rachel Hussherr, UQ hub coordinator at INQ.
The international finals of the "My Northern Project" science popularization competition will be held on October 20 as part of the Arctic Circle Assembly. Congratulations to the 5 selected candidates. The event is organized by INQ and its partner UArctic.

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