Chirag Patney talks First Nations fisheries governance on the The Why and How Podcast

Posted on Wednesday, October 30th, 2019

Fishing is an important cultural and economic activity for many of the First Nation communities in Canada, but the governance of their fisheries is complicated. Chirag Patney, a rural planning and development master’s student under the supervision of Dr. Nicolas Brunet, explains how he hopes his research will help shine a light on one community’s concerns when it comes to policies and programs that govern their fishing activities. Listen to the Why & How Podcast:  Episode 8:  How is research supporting First Nations fisheries?

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