Who is involved?


Photo Credit Jason Straka

Partnerships are an important part of the Delta Dialogue Network structure. Where possible, we hope to build on existing relationships to avoid partner burnout.  By connecting stakeholders from different sectors within and across delta communities, we hope to establish a network that encourages the development of further partnerships and effective communication.

Partners and Collaborators

Partners are involved in guiding the direction of questions that will be investigated in each of the research projects, and are integral to the development, design, and implementation of these projects. They include: 

Collaborators provide important logistical advice and context-specific information that help to move research projects forward. They include: 

Co-Investigators
  • Toddi Steelman - School of Environment and Sustainability, University of Saskatchewan (Principal Investigator)
  • Lori Bradford - School of Public Health, University of Saskatchewan 
  • Lalita Bharadwaj - School of Public Health, University of Saskatchewan 
  • Jennifer Fresque-Baxter - Environment and Natural Resources, Government of Northwest Territories 
  • Tim Jardine - School of Environment and Sustainability, University of Saskatchewan 
  • Paul Douglas Jones - School of Environment and Sustainability, University of Saskatchewan 
  • Karl-Erich Lindenshmidt - School of Environment and Sustainability, University of Saskatchewan 
  • Stéphane McLachlan - Environment and Geography, University of Manitoba 
  • Greg Poelzer - Political Studies, University of Saskatchewan 
  • Maureen Reed - School of Environment and Sustainability, University of Saskatchewan 
  • Graham Strickert -  School of Environment and Sustainability, University of Saskatchewan
Students and Staff