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dc.contributor.supervisor McLachlan, Stephane (Environment & Geography) Haque, Emdad (Natural Resources Institute) en_US
dc.contributor.author Kamal, Asfia Gulrukh
dc.contributor.author Kamal, Asfia Gulrukh
dc.date.accessioned 2018-01-15T15:17:56Z
dc.date.available 2018-01-15T15:17:56Z
dc.date.issued 2014, 2015 en_US
dc.date.issued 2017 en_US
dc.identifier.citation Kamal, A. G., Linklater, R., Thompson, S. , Dipple, J. and Ithinto Mechisowin Committee. (2015) Recipe for Change: Reclamation of Indigenous Food Sovereignty in O-Pipon-Na-Piwin Cree Nation for Decolonization, Resource Sharing and Cultural Restoration. Globalization 12(4), 1-17. en_US
dc.identifier.citation Kamal, A. G., Martens, T. and Ithinto Mechisowin Committee. (2015) Rethinking Sustainable Livelihoods Framework: An Indigenous Perspective, The Journal of Aboriginal Economic Development, 9(2), 51-64. en_US
dc.identifier.citation Kamal, A. G. (2015) The Story of Healing with O-Pipon-Na-Piwin Cree Nation (OPCN), The Journal of Aboriginal Economic Development, 9(2), 3-8 en_US
dc.identifier.citation Kamal, A. G., Thompson, S. , Linklater,R., and Ithinto Mechisowin Committee (2014). Achieving sustainable well-being through indigenous food sovereignty in O-Pipon-Na-Piwin Cree Nation in F. Deer, T. Falkenberg, B. Mcmillan, & L. Sims (Eds). Sustainable Well-Being Concepts, Issues, and Educational Practice (pp. 1-21). Winnipeg, MB: ESWB Press en_US
dc.identifier.citation Kamal, A. G., Linklater,R., Thompson, S. , Dipple, J. and Ithinto Mechisowin Committee. (2017) Recipe for Change: Reclamation of Indigenous Food Sovereignty in O-Pipon-Na-Piwin Cree Nation for Decolonization, Resource Sharing and Cultural Restoration in Politics of Food: Concept, Practice & Social Movements. (pp. 145-159) New York: Routledge en_US
dc.identifier.uri http://hdl.handle.net/1993/32836
dc.description.abstract O-Pipon-Na-Piwin Cree Nation (OPCN), an Indigenous community in northern Manitoba, Canada, was flooded by Manitoba Hydro in 1974-75 and forced to relocate from its ancestral lands to a nearby settlement under dire circumstances. Regaining strength from their inherent cultural values grounded in their relationship with the land, OPCN subsequently formed a community-based food program called Ithinto Mechisowin (‘food from the land’) in part to respond to these impacts. This thesis uses OPCN’s concept of resources to present a nuanced understanding of Indigenous food systems in Canada. I have framed the concept of Indigenous food sovereignty as a counter-hegemonic knowledge-in-action practice that brings in the multilayered and anticolonial view of food and the role food plays in reinvigorating individual, family and community level strengths in overcoming a wide diversity of challenges. I explore the many ways in which Ithinto Mechisowin inspires reconnection with land, thereby improving access to culturally appropriate healthy food and strengthening Indigenous food sovereignty and creating pathways to resurgence. en_US
dc.publisher Routledge, Journal of Aboriginal Economic Development, ESWB press en_US
dc.publisher Taylor & Francis en_US
dc.subject Indigenous food sovereignty, Indigenous community based research, resurgence en_US
dc.title A Recipe for Change: Reclamation of Indigenous Food Sovereignty in O-Pipon-Na-Piwin Cree Nation en_US
dc.degree.discipline Natural Resources Management en_US
dc.contributor.examiningcommittee Kulchyski, Peter (Native Studies) Wuttunee, Wanda (Native Studies) McGregor, Deborah (Department of Environmental Studies, York University) en_US
dc.degree.level Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D.) en_US
dc.description.note February 2018 en_US


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