The Research Hub is a part of the Centre for Indigenous Policy and Research. It provides opportunities for youth-led and community-focused researchers to undertake research projects that address the most pressing questions facing reconciliation in their communities and across Canada.

In order to achieve this, the Hub produces an annual cornerstone project, provides mentorship and funding to small-scale youth-led research projects, and works in partnership with various organizations and institutions to undertake innovative projects that help us to achieve reconciliation in our lifetime.

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Relevant Programs and Initiatives

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