Agnes Pawlowska-Mainville

Dr. Agnes Pawlowska-Mainville is an assistant professor with the Department of First Nations Studies at the University of Northern British Columbia. Her work largely focuses on examining customary governance and local knowledge systems through the intangible cultural heritage lens. Her community-based research is reflective of the relationships she has established with communities in British Columbia, Manitoba and internationally. Her decade-long work with the Asatiwisipe Anishinaabeg and the Makeso Sakahican Inninuwak examines cultural and natural resource stewardship as a form of heritage-sourced sustainable livelihoods. Dr. Pawlowska-Mainville is also the executive director of the Northern BC Public Interest Research Group.

Articles by Agnes Pawlowska-Mainville

Big Nickel in Sudbury, Ontario.
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Natural Resources in Ontario
Moraine Lake in Banff National Park, 2012
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Natural Resources in Alberta
Wheat Field
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Natural Resources in Manitoba
Igloolikmiut hunters
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Natural Resources in the Territories
Whitehorse Hydro Power Dam Spillway
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Natural Resources in Canada
Road through Saskatchewan wheat fields
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Natural Resources in Saskatchewan
Western Red Cedar Rainforest
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Natural Resources in British Columbia
Herring
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Natural Resources in the Atlantic Provinces
La Grande-1 generating station
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Natural Resources in Quebec