UINR is Cape Breton's
Mi'kmaw voice on
natural resources and
“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
We are hiring Earth Keepers! Extended deadline: October 28th, 2022 Click Earth Keeper positions 2022 for the full posting.
We are hiring for a full time Program Manager for Aquatic Species at Risk, Habitat Restoration and Wetlands. This is a full time, permanent position. We’d love to have you on our staff. See the full job posting here: Aquatic Program Manager 2022
We have posted this before, but had to postpone on hiring due to funding, but now we are now READY to hire for a Communications Officer! UINR’s reputation has been built on clear communication through our work in communities, which affects how we are perceived, both internally and to the public. We are hiring a … Read More