One Voice Program
The One Voice program combines Traditional Knowledge and Inuit Qaujimajatuqangit with physical and chemical parameters to gain an overview of the state of the environment and monitor the impacts of climate change.
Coastal Restoration Fund (CRF)
Facilitating Arctic Char Migration
Glacial rebound and human activity have impacted the ability of anadromous char to access their overwintering habitats in land. This program involved collaborating with the local community to construct char runs to facilitate their migration to freshwater lakes.
Environmental DNA (eDNA) Sampling and Analysis
eDNA of freshwater fish species throughout Manitoba and Nunavut.
Manitoba Species at Risk Outreach Program for Department of Fisheries and Oceans
This project was focused on the development and implementation of the detailed federal Aquatic Species at Risk Outreach Plan for province of Manitoba and facilitation of workshops and information sessions with Species at Risk key stakeholders.
Lake Trout Tissue in the Kivalliq Region Contaminant Analysis and Traditional Knowledge
The program involves the collection of Lake Trout tissue for contaminant contents (metals, furan, dioxin, PAH, and PCB content). Additionally, Traditional Knowledge is gathered through Elder interviews about fish tissue quality and history throughout the Rankin Inlet and Baker Lake Region.