Kenjgewin approved to access Tri-Council SSHRC research grants


Kenjgewin Teg has been approved to access Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council research grants. With this approval, Kenjgewin will be able to access every SSHRC program that is open to postsecondary institutions. “While there is much work ahead and time needed to map out what future SSHRC research projects and partnerships may look like, one of my first priorities is to engage and listen to the research ideas of not only our Anishinabek communities but also to reach out Mnidoo Mnising (Manitoulin Island) scholars who might be interested in creating research alliances as part of this exciting work,” said Kenjgewin President Beverley Roy.