Who we are
The Nunatsiavut Research Centre was established in 2011 and facilitates interdisciplinary knowledge production at the research-policy interface. The Centre is located in Nain, Nunatsiavut and facilitates both field and lab-based research. The Centre is home to Nunatsiavut Government staff from multiple Departments who work across a range of research areas and programs.
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The Nunatsiavut Government Research Advisory Committee meets once a month, with the exception of August. Please keep these facts in mind when submitting an application.
To assist with a comprehensive and timely review, the research application asks for the following general information:
- A non-technical proposal that outlines the purpose, methods, and timing of the proposed research;
- The project’s value to Nunatsiavut;
- A communication strategy for research results;
- Relevant licenses and permits required for the project.
The Nunatsiavut Government requires any non-beneficiary conducting research on Labrador Inuit Lands to have a Land Use permit from the Lands Division. If the research involves any wildlife sampling activity, a Permit to Access Labrador Inuit Lands for the Purposes of Harvesting is required. Finally, if the research involves an Archeological Investigation, a permit is required from the Archaeology Division.
The research application and associated permits are available for download below.