Director of the Labrador Institute of Memorial University | Canada Research Chair & Professor (2013-2016) | Researcher | Environmental Advocate | Royal Society of Canada College Member | Women for Nature Founding Member
CBC Radio. The Current. Experiencing ‘eco-anxiety’? Report suggests link between climate change and mental health. April 6, 2017. Listen here.
CBC Radio. Spark. Labrador Inuit develop app to track changes in the land. December 6, 2016. Listen here.
First Voices Radio. Feature interview on environmental change and ecological mourning in the North. April 12, 2016.
CBC Radio. Up North. Interview on climate change and mental health in the North. March 19, 2015. Listen here.
CBC Radio. Information Morning Cape Breton. Interview on Children’s University Presentation on Polar Bears, Dog Teams, and Seals.. Oh My: Learning from the Inuit. February 23, 2015. Listen here.
CBC Radio. Mainstreet Cape Breton. Interview on IPCC Report release and implications for Atlantic Canada and Cape Breton, October 28, 2014.
CBC Radio. Information MorningCape Breton. Interview on documentary film and People’s Climate Forum, September 17, 2014.
CBC Radio. Labrador Morning. Interview on documentary film, Attutauniujuk Nunami/Lament for the Land. June 6, 2014. Listen here.
“Film Documents Impacts of Climate Change on Labrador Inuit”. CBC North, June 2, 2014.
CBC Radio. Labrador Morning. Interview on Community Perspectives of Climate Change and Mental Health Research. January 15, 2014.
CBC Radio. Quirks and Quarks. Research Interview on Climate Change and Mental Health. January 11, 2014. Listen here.
CBC Radio. Mainstreet Cape Breton. Celebrating Two Canada Research Chairs. November 28, 2013. Listen here.
CBC Radio. Information Radio Cape Breton. Research Interview on Climate Change and Mental Health. October 8, 2013. Listen here.
“Cold”. Pioneer Radio, University of Guelph: Interview. January 2012. Listen here.
CBC Radio, Labrador Morning Show: Interview. August 2009.
“Climate change affecting mental health in Northern Labrador.” CBC News – The National featured interview. May 26, 2017
“Climate Change, Stories, and the Work of Mourning”. Isthmus & Strait featured Interview. June 10, 2014.
“CBU Faculty Working to Integrate Indigenous and Western Knowledge for Effective Water Management in Canada.” Cape Breton University News. June 6, 2014.
“Film Documents Impacts of Climate Change on Labrador Inuit”. CBC North & CBC Aboriginal. June 2, 2014.
“Arctic: As the Ice Sheets Melt, Communities Worry that Health Effects are Overlooked”. Climate Wire. May 29, 2014.
“Climate Change is Bad for Inuit Health, Research Groups Says: McGill Group says the Arctic Needs Better Adaptation Policies”. Nunatsiaq News. April 28, 2014.
“On Thin Ice: Labrador’s Lifestyle is Slowing Melting Away”. Downhome Magazine. April 2014, Vol 6, No 11.
“Climate Change Rattles Mental Health of Inuit in Labrador. CBC Science & Technology. January 10, 2014. (picked up on international news wires)
“What Climate Change Does to Our Minds.” The Tyee. December 9, 2013. (picked up on salon.com)
“Open letter to Leona Aglukkaq from McGill climate research group.” Nunatsiaq News, January 14, 2013. Read article.
“Community Needs Should be a Priority for Aglukkaq at Arctic Council.” Northern Public Affairs. January 11, 2013. Read article.
“Climate Change Affects Mental Health of Inuit: Lack of Snow and Ice Changes Their Way of Life.” University of Guelph News. May 7, 2012. Read article.
“U of G Students Hope Stephen Harper Won’t Hang Up on the Environment.” The Guelph Mercury. March 2012. Read article.
“Engaged Learning that Matters: The Canada and Climate Change Seminar Moved out of the Classroom with the Message, ‘It’s Real and It’s Happening'”. First Year Seminars, University of Guelph. March 2012. Read article.
“Climate Change Poses Health Threats in Arctic” (2012). Canadian Medical Association Journal. 84(1), E33-E34. Read article.
“Storytelling Links Climate Change and Health: Researchers, Inuit Community Collaborate on Digital Storytelling Project.” University of Guelph News. July 4, 2011. Read article.