Database

Visit our databases at www.metiscentreresearch.ca.

Métis researchers have long lamented the lack of Métis data and information, specifically on health and well-being. Métis-related publications are under-represented among health and social sciences peer-reviewed articles.

There do exist important sources of Métis information, but they are scattered among numerous institutions, organizations and agencies. For example, there is Métis statistical and quantitative information on Métis health and well-being generated through the Canadian Census, and surveys such as the Aboriginal Peoples Surveys and the Aboriginal Children’s Survey, both produced by Statistics Canada.

The Métis Centre has developed a web-based searchable database of Métis health and well-being information to address the need for a one-source repository of information.  It include peer-reviewed articles, grey literature, statistics, tutorials and all other forms of resources pertaining to Métis.   To search the database, visit www.metiscentreresearch.ca.

For more information, contact Mohan Kumar.
mkumar@naho.ca