August 11, 2022

Calendar Photo Contest is Open

Welcome back to our annual Resource Industry Photo Contest! We look forward to hearing from you all. Check the contest rules for more information.
March 2, 2022

Spring Runoff Support

We have environmental experts prepared to assist you with a variety of services to help with this year’s spring runoff.
January 4, 2022

Environmental and Field Monitor – 6-Week Program

The Environmental and Field Monitor Program is designed to help participants understand the mining industry legislative requirements; best practices and standards with respect to environmental monitoring; wildlife management, data entry, reporting and the Health and Safety requirements while working with the environment.
April 19, 2021

Summer Fieldwork Safety

This half-day virtual workshop will prepare your environmental field crews and summer students to perform environmental monitoring in a safe manner.
January 25, 2021

Environmental On-Site Compliance Support

We are pleased to announce that we are offering on-site environmental compliance support at a discounted rate! Take advantage of this offer if you find yourself shorthanded or need temporary additional support to complete a project. We have experienced environmental experts on-hand, ready to help you achieve your goals!
July 21, 2020

Calendar Contest Opens Today!

Welcome back to our annual Resource Industry Photo Contest! We look forward to hearing from you all. Check the contest rules for more information.
April 24, 2020

Biologist Completes Aquatic Invertebrate I.D. Course

Our newly hired Aquatic Biologist, Kara Gauvreau, recently completed a 3-day Aquatic Invertebrate Identification Course to expand her skill set.
April 20, 2020

Spring Runoff Support

We have environmental experts prepared to assist you with a variety of services to help with this year’s spring runoff.
March 2, 2020

APB Seminar

Our Senior Biologist Jenn Braun had the opportunity to participate in the Association of Professional Biology’s first ever Aerial Ungulate and Wildlife Tracking Training course.
August 3, 2018

NOTICE | Look Out for Wild Parsnip

Wild parsnip is an invasive plant commonly found in Canada that has been known to cause severe burns. The roots are edible, but the sap of the plant can cause blisters and severe burns when mixed with sun exposure.
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