The Fish-WIKS project has had the opportunity to publish many reports, articles, papers and more. Please feel free to browse some of the many that are available here. 

Below there are four different brouchures, explaining the project for each community. 
Tla-o-qui-aht, BC [PDF 410 KB]
Nipissing, ON [PDF 410 KB]
Naujaat, NU [PDF 417 KB]
Eskasoni, NS [PDF 417 KB]

In addition to the papers and research conducted by the students, there are resources that the team has developed to help assist in the project:

Community Research Rubric - A tool for community decision making [PDF 288 KB]

Knowledge Mobilization Overview [PDF 264 KB]

Ottawa Traditional Knowledge Principles [PDF 296 KB]-  Traditional Knowledge has been formally recognized by the Arctic Council as important to understanding the Arctic in numerous Ministerial Declarations, including the 1996 Ottawa Declaration on the establishment of the Arctic Council.  The Arctic Council Indigenous Peoples Secretariat (IPS), in partnership with Aboriginal Affairs and Northern Development Canada (ANNDC), led two workshops in 2013-2014 and 2014-2015 with the objective of developing recommendations for consistent and practical use of traditional knowledge in the work of the Arctic Council. At these workshops, IPS facilitated discussions and debate amongst experts nominated by the six Indigenous Peoples Organizations being Permanent Participants (PP) to the Arctic Council, who collectively developed a set of 13 fundamental principles on Traditional Knowledge for the use in the Arctic Council.