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Making Sense of the Changing Canadian Environmental Assessment Landscape

Making Sense of the Changing Canadian Environmental Assessment Landscape

In 2019, there will be important changes to environmental assessment processes in BC. Beginning with the new federal Impact Assessment Act, set to roll out in June 2019, followed by the re-worked BC Environmental Assessment Act expected in late 2019, these new laws reflect election promises to restore and revitalize environmental assessment processes. And it isn’t just the legislation that is changing. Read more to learn about the implications to your projects.

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Kate Witte to Lead Hemmera’s Alberta Operations

Calgary, AB – October 26, 2018 – Hemmera is pleased to announce that Kate Witte, P.Geo. will be joining their Calgary team as Regional Vice President, leading all aspects of Hemmera’s Alberta operations. Kate brings technical and leadership experience in environmental...

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eDNA Success Story: Rocky Mountain Tailed Frog

Advancing our Understanding of Elusive At-risk Species At the edge of a cold, fast-flowing mountain stream in the Rocky Mountain foothills of southeastern BC’s Kootenay region, a tiny tan-coloured frog hides under a rock. Locating the Rocky Mountain tailed...

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A Spotlight on Hemmera’s Human Environment Team

Hemmera’s Human Environment team has earned a reputation as an industry leader providing exceptional First Nation consultation and negotiation, public and umen, and socio-economic services and expertise to municipal, regional, provincial, territorial, and national...

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