Videos

Monday, August 25th, 2014 - Presentations by First Nations communities sharing insights and innovations from their work doing mapping projects. 

Lightning Round 1
Short Talks that Highlight Community Perspectives, Experiences, and Latest work in the Field of Indigenous Mapping
Presenters:
Don Bain (1:34)
Francois Depey (4:10)
Brenda Underwood (6:50)
Genevieve Reid (8:56)
Carmen Wells & Tosha Moore (11:48)
Phil Montour (21:00)
Towagh Behr (27:49)


The Role of Mapping in IBA negotiations
Presenters: James Comegan, Big Grassy River First Nation, Rachel Olson and Ginger Gibson, The Firelight Group


Panel Presentation — Indigenous Land Use Occupancy Studies
1. The Evolution of Manitoba Metis Federation Traditional Land Use Studies (2000-present): The Evolution of Manitoba Metis                     Federation
    Cam Stewart, Manitoba Metis Federation. (3:00)
2. Mapping for the Long Term: Best Practices 
    Neil Gauthreau, Lhoosk'uz Dene Nation and Stephen Kilburn, GeoPraxis, Inc. (19:27)
3. Voices on The Land
    James Pepper, Okanagan Nation Alliance. (36:50)
4. Band Meetings, Appointments or Sitting Around their Kitchen Table: The Power of True Community Engagement
    Travis Kruger, Penticton Indian Band. (49:47)
5. Hand-On Demonstration of the Participatory Mapping Tool Geolive
    Nicole Gordon, Taku River Tlingit First Nation and Jon Corbett, UBC. (1:01:12)
6. Building TK Research Capacity: The Carrier Sekani Experience
    Karyn Sharp and Jaime Sanchez, Carrier Sekani Tribal Council. (1:14:20)


Panel Presentation  Referrals and Consultation
1. By-Law Mapping Project
    Chrystal Nahanee, Squamish Nation. (1:17)
2. Keeping Referrals and Negotiations Data Management and Mapping Simple for Everyone
    Dave Caswell, Lower Nicola Indian Band. (16:54)
3. Saulteau Goes Open Source
    Donovan Cameron, Saulteau First Nations, BC. (33:46)
4. Purpose and Value of GIS in Land Referral Consultation with Treaty 8
    Jason Xiao and Diane Abel, Treaty 8 Tribal Association, BC. (48:50)


Tuesday, August 26th, 2014 - Presentations by First Nations communities sharing insights and innovations from their work doing mapping projects. 

Lightning Round 2
Short Talks that Highlight Community Perspectives, Experiences, and Latest work in the Field of Indigenous Mapping
Presenters:
Chris Wilson (0:33)
Eldon Yellowhorn (2:54)
Thomas McGurk (6:21) 
Trevor Bennett (9:10)
Charles Burnett (11:38)
Phil Monture (14:27)
Dave Caswell (17:37)
Devin Tepleski (20:31)


Panel Presentation — Indigenous Land Use / Watershed Planning
1. T'aaq-wiihak, Ca?inwa (Gooseneck Barnacle) Traditional Ecological Knowledge Mapping
    Danny O'Farrell and Sabrina Crouley, Uu-a-thluk, Nuu-chah-nulth Tribal Council Fisheries. (1:15)
2. Google mapping and Marine Planning
    Greg Johnson, Nanwakolas Council. (21:05)
3. Navigating a Perfect Storm of Land Use Conflict in Alberta: The Mikisew Cree First Nation Land Use Plan
    David Flanders, DPI Territorial and Melanie Dene. (35:07)


Panel Presentation — Indigenous Environmental Monitoring
1. Working Together to Protect Our Lands and Seas: The Coastal First Nations Regional Monitoring System
    Jana Kotaska, Coastal First Nations. (1:57)
2. Identification and Integration of Traditional Knowledge into the Protection and Recovery of Caribou
    Bruce Muir, West Moberly First Nations, BC. (17:45)
3. Pulling together: How a BC First Nation has mobilized its information to put its face back onto its territory
    Panos Skrivanos, Tsleil-Waututh Nation, BC. (32:39)
4. Woodland Caribou Traditional Ecological Knowledge Study: Monitoring Changes Over Time
    Bertha Sutherland, Constance Lake First Nation and Carolyn Whittaker, the Firelight Group (46:40)


Mapping the Route to Aboriginal TitleCapturing Tsilhqot’in Traditions with Evolving Technologies 
Presenters:  Mary Thurow and Sarah Gash with Chief Russ Ross, Tsilhqot’in National Government.


Panel Presentation — Inter-Generational Knowledge Mobilization
1. Mapping as Language and Land Stewardship
    Christine Schreyer and Jon Corbett, University of British Columbia, and Nicole Gordon, Taku River Tlingit First Nation (0:43)
2. Not an Empty Wasteland
    Lynn Peplinski, Inuit Heritage Trust. (13:40)
3. Stz’uminus Storied Places
    Amy Becker and Brian Thom, UVic. (26:19)

  

Wednesday, August 27th, 2014 - Technical training sessions on tools related to indigenous mapping. 

Introduction to Indigenous Mapping With Google
Presenter: Raleigh Seamster, Google Earth Outreach



Tools for traditional land use & occupancy mapping
Presenters: Raleigh Seamster, Google Earth Outreach & Steve DeRoy, The Firelight Group


Tools for environmental monitoring
Presenters: Christiaan Adams and Raleigh Seamster, Google Earth Outreach


Tools for inter-generational knowledge and education
Presenters: John Bailey, Google Earth Outreach & Brian Thom, University of Victoria


Thursday, August 28th, 2014

Tools for improving & adding to Google’s base maps
Presenter: Raleigh Seamster, Google Earth Outreach 


Deep Dive Sessions

Traditional Land Use & Occupancy Mapping: Making and sharing your maps
Presenters: Raleigh Seamster, Google Earth Outreach & Steve DeRoy, The Firelight Group


Traditional Land Use & Occupancy Mapping: Managing your map data
Presenters: Raleigh Seamster, Google Earth Outreach & Steve DeRoy, The Firelight Group


Traditional Land Use & Occupancy Mapping: Collecting structured data
Presenters: Raleigh Seamster, Google Earth Outreach & Steve DeRoy, The Firelight Group

Environmental Monitoring: Google Earth Engine
Presenters: Christiaan Adams and Tanya Birch, Google Earth Outreach


Inter-generational Knowledge & Education: Engaging youth using Google Earth
Presenters: John Bailey, Google Earth Outreach & Brian Thom, University of Victoria


Inter-generational Knowledge & Education: Map-making with young people 
Presenters: John Bailey, Google Earth Outreach & Brian Thom, University of Victoria


Inter-Generational Knowledge & Education: Storytelling through Street View imagery
Presenters: John Bailey, Google Earth Outreach & Brian Thom, University of Victoria



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