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eNuk

The eNuk Program

The eNuk Program is an integrated environment and health monitoring program designed by, with, and for Inuit in Rigolet, Nunatsiavut Labrador.

 
 

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Rigolet

Rigolet, Nunatsiavut

eNuk has and always will be a community-driven program, led by Rigolet, the southern-most Inuit community in the Nunatsiavut Land Claim Settlement Region of Labrador.

 
 

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Climate Change & Health

Climate Change & Health

Across Inuit Nunangat, Inuit are observing unprecedented climatic changes and related environmental shifts. Given the interconnected relationships between the environment and Inuit health, there is a clear need for integrated, community-led environment and health monitoring strategies.

 
 

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Digital Divide

The Digital Divide

In 2016, the Government of Canada declared access to broadband Internet a fundamental right for all citizens. Despite this declaration, roughly 18% of the population in Canada has limited connectivity and many Northern, Indigenous communities are entirely without cellular access.

 
 

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RightMesh

The RightMesh Partnership

eNuk is using a mesh technology developed by RightMesh, a Vancouver based company, to allow data to be uploaded and shared privately within the community, without the need for internet connectivity.

 
 

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eNuk Team

 

The eNuk Team

Ashlee Cunsolo
Project Lead
Sherilee Harper
Project Lead
Daniel Gillis
Project Lead
Jason Ernst
Project Lead
Inez Shiwak
Research Associate
Charlie Flowers
Research Associate
Michele Wood
Research Associate
Amy Kipp
Research Associate
Alex Sawatzky
Research Assistant
Nic Durish
Research Assistant
Oliver Cook
Research Assistant
Jacqueline Middleton
Research Assistant
Keefer Rourke
Research Assistant
David Borish
Research Assistant
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Partners & Funding

Partners & Funding