Planning With Indigenous Peoples

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Planning With Indigenous Peoples (PWIP) Research Group

Enhancing Indigenous-Municipal Relations in the Context of Land Use Planning

  • Two people in a canoe on the water, rowing towards the sunset.

    Canoeing into sunset at Walpole Island First Nation.

    Courtesy of Micha Pazner

  • Journal entry page, including photos, quotations, and poetry.

    Student journal entry from field course at Walpole Island.

    Courtesy of Maria Sinclair

  • A broad forest of multicoloured trees in autumn.

    Fall foliage in the Oak Ridges Moraine.

    Courtesy of Caroline Morrow

  • Tall grass in foreground, trees in background.

    Chicken Island, a site for ecological restoration.

    Courtesy of Rick Fehr

The Planning With Indigenous Peoples (PWIP) Research Group at Queen’s University is dedicated to conducting research about policy and planning with First Nations. Our objective is to enhance Indigenous-municipal relationships in the context of land use planning in the cities and regions encompassing First Nations’ lands in Southern Ontario.

This research is supported by the Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada through multiple grants.