Video: Success Through Collaboration

Video: Success Through Collaboration

“Conservation on the Coast” is part of the long-term energy planning and implementation process for the James Bay Cree. This video shares the success of Attawapiskat, Fort Albany and Kashechewan First Nations and their respective Power Corporations to work together to build a better future. Continue reading Video: Success Through Collaboration

Interim Secretary – Eeyou Marine Region Impact Review Board and Eeyou Marine Region Planning Commission

The EMRPC and EMRIRB are jointly seeking a qualified individual to serve as the Regional Planner in their office in Chisasibi. The Regional Planner will report to the chairpersons of the two EMR entities and will play a key role in the environmental impact screening and review of development projects proposed for the region and will also be responsible for assisting the EMRPC in developing a Land Use Plan for the Eeyou Marine Region.

Closing date: February 28, 2014 Continue reading Interim Secretary – Eeyou Marine Region Impact Review Board and Eeyou Marine Region Planning Commission

Francophone institution gains recognition for its environmental & wildlife management program

The Cégep de Saint-Félicien is proud to announce that it has become the first francophone educational institution in the country to receive national recognition from the Canadian Environmental Accreditation Commission (CEAC) of the Environmental Careers Organization (ECO) Canada for its program inTechniques du milieu naturel (environmental and wildlife management). Continue reading Francophone institution gains recognition for its environmental & wildlife management program