Historical Research

North Roots Research locates, analyzes, interprets and presents historical documentation for a wide array of research projects including land use studies, oral histories, exhibits and displays. We have experience conducting research in a variety of repositories, collections, archives and libraries to locate key information related to a study area, geographic region or community. We can provide training and facilitate Traditional Knowledge (TK) workshops, traditional land use and occupancy studies, and assist in land claims and community consultation. Geographic Information Systems (GIS) can be used to digitize cultural, historical and resource data, presenting the collective information spatially over a region in high-quality maps.

We specialize in histories related to the Canadian north west, including but not limited to the Fur Trade, Prairie settlement, Indigenous land claims and occupancy studies, architectural and heritage building assessment, and historic policy research across Manitoba, northwestern Ontario and Saskatchewan.


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