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

RECENT NEWS

IPCA Request for Proposals

January 16, 2020

Would you like to get involved in our new IPCA (Indigenous Protected & Conserved Areas) Program? UINR is looking for assistance in the initial phase of developing a management plan for Kluskap’s Cave and to create a framework for identifying and implementing IPCAs There’s a quick turnaround on the Request for Proposals and on deliverables. … Read More

We’re hiring a Wildlife Biologist

We’re hiring a Wildlife Biologist

October 8, 2019

The Wildlife Biologist is responsible for assisting with the Maliamu’kik Msit Ko’kqmanaq Species at Risk program and other duties that emerge as required by UINR management. Deadline for application: October 18, 2019 Click to view job description and requirements: Wildlife Biologist

We’re hiring an IPCA Program Manager

We’re hiring an IPCA Program Manager

October 8, 2019

Indigenous Protected and Conserved Areas (IPCAs) are lands and waters where Indigenous governments have the primary role in protecting and conserving ecosystems through Indigenous laws, governance and knowledge systems. Culture and language are the heart and soul of an IPCA. The IPCA Program Manager, under the direction of the NS Assembly of Mi’kmaq Chiefs, will … Read More

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