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The goal of the Aboriginal Policy Research Conference is to provide Aboriginal leaders and policy makers a chance to become aware of the implications of this research for both public policy and Aboriginal peoples across Canada.

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Those darn left-handed drums! Hope things are going well. Seems like you're learning a lot from this conference. Keep on enjoying!

The photographic depiction of the wellbeing of Aboriginal peoples in Canada is quite innovative. This comes at a time when I am, as a graduate student, seriously looking at the possibility of using photovoice for my research involving Aboriginal adolescents.

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