This paper explores the history of cyberspace and its use today by Aboriginal community research projects in Canada. It focuses on the free use of social media in cyberspace, the importance of cyber networks in Aboriginal community health and research, and the need for individual and institutional mentoring to promote these resources. The paper highlights the author’s personal experiences with the use of new networking tools, and the need for community involvement in cyberspace.
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