Centre for Indigenous Research and Community-Led Engagement

Knowledge sharing

Knowledge sharing

Songhees Elder, Joan Morrison, shares her wise words. 

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CIRCLE Gathering 2016

CIRCLE Gathering 2016

A big thanks to all of our participants, speakers, and volunteers at our 2016 CIRCLE Gathering!

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Knowledge translation

Knowledge translation

Erynne Gilpin speaks about her research. Hear other Indigenous researchers speak in our upcoming speaker series!

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Participate in our research

Participate in our research

Are you looking to partner on research? Contact us for opportunities to collaborate on community-led research projects!

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Building relationships

Building relationships

Stay connected with the centre through our e-newsletter.

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Dedicated to expanding wellbeing by building on strengths of Indigenous peoples

Welcome and thank you for taking an interest in the centre and our work.

At the Centre for Indigenous Research and Community-Led Engagement (CIRCLE), previously Centre for Aboriginal Health Research (CAHR), we are dedicated to expanding wellbeing by building on strengths of Indigenous peoples, and welcome you to join us in sharing ideas, resources, and projects.

We respectfully acknowledge the history, customs and culture of the Lekwungen and WSÁNEC Nations on whose traditional lands our centre is housed.

Through engagement with stakeholders in British Columbia, across Canada, and internationally, the centre seeks to promote, facilitate and lead relevant and ethical research that improves Indigenous peoples' wellbeing.

Dr. Charlotte Loppie
Centre Director