UINR represents
Cape Breton's Mi'kmaw voice
on natural resources and
environmental concerns




September 30, 2017

The date is set. The feast is ready. Please join us at the Blair J. Bernard Memorial Annual FEAST in the HIGHLANDS. Thursday October 5 , 2017 from 12:30–2:00 PM Th At the paved airstrip 13 km from Hunter’s Mountain entrance(watch for signs) N 46.220834 W -60.811577 The Feast will include a campfire, outdoor cooking, … Read More

EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITY: Proposal Writer/Community Liaison

September 29, 2017

UINR has an employment opportunity for a position as a Proposal Writer/Community Liaison The person will be responsible for providing support to the five Unama’ki communities of Eskasoni, Membertou, Potlotek, Wagmatcook, and We’koqma’q, helping build sustainable waste management systems through accessing funds for modern infrastructure, operations, training, and partnerships. Deadline: Friday, October 3, 2017 at 3:30 … Read More

Employment Opportunities: Nikani Awtiken Camp Counsellors

Employment Opportunities: Nikani Awtiken Camp Counsellors

July 12, 2017

We have a short-term job opportunity for two Camp Counsellors for our Nikani Awtiken camp to be held August 2017 in St. Peter’s. Dates of employment are August 8–15, 2017. For more information download the job profile here.


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NS Salmon Assoc salmon counting fence, West River. Ryan Currie, Dr Eddie Halfyard, Tyson Paul, Shelley Denny, Keith… https://t.co/Fqg0tsZUPk
Please join us at the Blair J. Bernard Memorial Annual FEAST in the HIGHLANDS. Thursday October 5 , 201712:30–2:00… https://t.co/5ZnmiMbDos
Talented at proposal writing and interested in our work at UINR? Check out this employment opportunity: https://t.co/QNTCgaaT1p
If you are interested in the moose harvest in the Unama’ki Highlands, join us at this special meeting on Tue, Oct 3… https://t.co/sMt4dYEvot
UINR is looking for fishers to help us conduct research on Striped Bass this week. https://t.co/W3DVcXLQAf https://t.co/XDeaYo6Nhg
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UINR staff were in Sheet Harbour to see the salmon counting fence that Nova Scotia Salmon Association is operating on West River. Field Technician Ryan Currie and Research Scientist Dr. Eddie Halfyard from Nova Scotia Salmon Association join UINR’s Tyson Paul, Shelley Denny, Keith Christmas, and Emma Garden. There was one male salmon (grilse) in the trap! ... See MoreSee Less

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