Population Change and Lifecourse

Aboriginal Affairs and Northern Development Canada

Research Priorities

Aboriginal Affairs and Northern Development Canada (AANDC) conducts a wide range of research on Aboriginal and northern issues. This knowledge helps the federal government develop appropriate and effective policies and programs. It is also used by many other organizations.

The research priorities of AANDC include:

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Collaboration: Challenges and Opportunties

Research Opportunities on Available Data

The following data are available for analysis

For more information on the data, please contact the AANDC's Public Enquiries Centre at: Infopubs@aadnc-aandc.gc.ca

On Exchanges with Faculty and Researchers

The Strategic Research Directorate (SRD) is interested in exploring collaborative opportunities with researchers affiliated with the Population Change and Lifecourse Strategic Knowledge Cluster on topics related to the SRD research agenda and priorities. Interested researchers should contact Marc Fonda  (Marc.Fonda@aadnc-aandc.gc.ca), Sr Research Manager,
Aboriginal Affairs and Northern Development Canada, Knowledge Transfer Section.

Opportunities for Students

Engaging students to work on research projects of mutual interest to AANDC and the Cluster could be considered. The students would work under the supervision of a SRD researcher in collaboration with an academic researcher. Interested students should contact Marc Fonda.

Internship Application Procedure:

Application for internship is administered through the Cluster Student Competion.  The application requires a brief description of the research plan including the data to be analyzed.  This may require enquiry about the data and research from Marc Fonda prior to preparing the research plan.