We respectfully acknowledge and give thanks to all Indigenous peoples – First Nations, Métis, and Inuit – for their ongoing stewardship and protection over the ancestral traditional, treaty, and unceded lands on which we move and are active on.
“Exercise and Physical Activity in Indigenous Health” was a collaborative effort between Trent University and the Indigenous Physical Activity & Cultural Circle (IPACC).
This project was made possible with funding by the Government of Ontario and through eCampusOntario’s support of the Virtual Learning Strategy (VLS). To learn more about the Virtual Learning Strategy visit: https://vls.ecampusontario.ca.
Our team would like to thank Dr. Fergal O’Hagan, Associate Dean (Acting) of Teaching and Learning at Trent University, for being a Collaborator on the eCampusOntario VLS grant, lending his expertise to the project, along with consulting to the coordination and management of the project.
Our team would also like to thank Professor David Newhouse, Chair of the Chanie Wenjack School for Indigenous Studies at Trent University and 3M Teaching Fellowship Recipient, for being a Collaborator on the eCampusOntario VLS grant, and for his continued support and guidance for this project.