Our priority at this time is the health and safety of the Aurora College/Aurora Research Institute community, as well as the larger NWT and research communities. The Western Arctic (WARC), North Slave (NSRC) and South Slave (SSRC) Research Centres are currently open. WARC research support and logistical services for outside researchers are available at this time.
For the past two decades Stephanie has worked for Indigenous peoples’ organizations across the NWT on Treaty negotiations and Treaty implementation.
Description of Research Program:
Stephanie has a long-standing interest in the effects of government policy choices for social determinants of health. She is an Adjunct Professor at Carleton University’s School of Public Policy and Administration, a member of the Board of Directors of the Association of Canadian Universities for Northern Studies, a member of the Editorial Board of Northern Public Affairs Magazine, and a Member (Federal) of the Gwich’in Arbitration Board.
Irlbacher-Fox S. 2009. Finding Dahshaa: Self Government, Social Suffering and Aboriginal Policy in Canada. UBC Press, Vancover, BC.