UINR is Cape Breton's
Mi'kmaw voice
on
natural resources and
the environment.

“The concept of msit nokmaq or All our Relations reminds us that we are interconnected with all aspects of our natural world. It is the inherent responsibility of Indigenous people, and indeed all humans, to be the eyes, ears and voice for all species.”

- Dr. Albert Marshall, Mi’kmaq Elder, and UINR’s Elder Advisor

RECENT NEWS

MORE positions available!

January 16, 2024

You may be wondering why we have so many positions available this year. We have been working diligently on our projects, and everything is growing and needing just a little more capacity.  You can help us grow our initiatives! We are hiring another Earth Keeper, and this is different from the GIS-Earth Keeper we posted … Read More

2024 Employment Opportunities

January 4, 2024

UPDATE: All of these postings have closed as of January 12, 2024 New postings will be up in the coming weeks: Stay tuned! UINR is hiring! We are so excited about 2024! Our programs have all been growing, and we are hiring for a handful of positions. Some are brand new positions, and some are … Read More

Employment Opportunity: Administrative Assistant

November 29, 2023

We are hiring an Administrative Assistant. If this sounds like a perfect for you, send an application in to Annie Johnson today! For the full job posting: Admin Assistant 2023

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