By Michael Oleksyn Local Journalism Initiative Reporter A University of Saskatchewan (USask) researcher who is originally from Prince Albert, Dr. Robert (Bobby) Henry (PhD), has been awarded the Canada Research Chair (CRC) in Indigenous Justice and Well-being. Henry’s work on Indigenous street gangs and lifestyles has received international recognition. He was humbled to be chosen. “It’s a really big honour to actually hold one of these,” Henry said. “It’s based off of the amount of work that you put into your craft. It recognizes the hard work and dedication that people have into doing things, so these Canada Research Chairs are fairly prestigious.” Only two per cent of Canadian professors receive the honour. “For myself, real simple, the importance is it just shows the hard work that I put into
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