Principal Investigator, Dr. Stephanie Irlbacher-Fox, is responsible for the overall intellectual and administrative direction of the project, including research and knowledge translation and mobilization initiatives to support a cross-cutting understanding of modern treaty implementation. Find out more about the Project Lead and Project Management Team here.
The Project Lead has undertaken and directed research and knowledge translation and mobilization initiatives to support a cross-cutting understanding of modern treaty implementation. These include:
Updates to Land Claims Agreement Coalition (LCAC) Leadership (ongoing).
Regular project updates are provided to the LCAC to share with their members as they require.
- Research Bytes: Interview series on modern treat implementation
- Edited Volume: Best Practices Implementing Modern Treaties in Canada National Research Project (2021-present). Current work in process is focused on best practices from the perspectives of the following Indigenous governments:
- Gonèk’e: Our Land – Webinar Series on Modern Treaty Implementation (2020-present)
Presentation to NWT Legislative Assembly Committee on Reconciliation and Indigenous Affairs titled “ UNDRIP and Modern Treaty Implementation” (Stephanie Irlbacher-Fox and John B. Zoe, 2021)
UNDRIP Information Videos (Co-produced with Hotii ts’eeda/Tlicho Government, 2021)
Presentation at Modern Treaties and Reconciliation Conference titled "Modern Treaty implementation approaches" (2020)
Land Claims Agreements Coalition National Conference: Making Treaties Work (2020)
- Modern Treaties Special Issue of Northern Public Affairs (Volume 6, Special Issue 2, December 2019)
- Feature article on the Modern Treaties Implementation Research Project in Northern Public Affairs Special Issue (2019)
- Indigenous Negotiators Workshop (2019)
- Presentation at Modern Treaties and Reconciliation Conference titled "Communicating and Understanding Treaties: Responsibilities of Generations to Come" (2017)
- Land Claims Agreements Coalition National Conference: Modern Treaties and Reconciliation (2017)
When Rights Conflict: a Federal Approach to Supporting the Resolution of Overlapping Indigenous Land Claims (Honours Research Essay by Katie Caprini of Carleton University, supervised by Dr. Stephanie Irlbacher-Fox)