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  Traditional Knowledge > Protocols
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  Community-based research protocols
  Provincial and federal government guidelines
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  Community-based research protocols
  Draft Regional Forest Ecosystem Management Plan for the Kaska Traditional Territory (Kaska Forest Resources Stewardship Council , June 2006)
  Appendix 2 of this document provides a Traditional Knowledge Protocol.
  First Nations of Québec and Labrador Research Protocol (June 2005)
  This link is for the short version in English. Click here for the short French version, and visit the organization's website to obtain the long versions of both.
  Tl'azten Nation Guidelines for Research in Tl'azt'en Territory
  Clayoquot Alliance for Research, Education and Training Standard of Conduct for Research in Northern Barkley and Clayoquot Sound Communities (June 2003)
  Royal Commission on Aboriginal Peoples Ethical Guidelines for Research (1996; Vol. 5, App. E)
  Provincial and federal government guidelines
  Guidelines for Incorporating Traditional Knowledge in Environmental Impact Assessment.(MacKenzie Valley Environmental Impact Review Board 2005)
  Academic guidelines
  Tri-Council Policy Statement: Ethical Conduct for Research Involving Humans
  "The people of Canada, through Acts of Parliament have created and funded the Medical Research Council, National Science and Engineering Research Council and Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council to promote, assist and undertake research in the domains indicated by their names. In discharging our mandates, the Agencies wish to promote research that is conducted according to the highest ethical standards. The Agencies have therefore adopted this Policy as our standard of ethical conduct for research involving human subjects. As a condition of funding, we require, as a minimum, that researchers and their institutions apply the ethical principles and the articles of this Policy." (from the Mandate of the Statement)