As you may have heard from SOI’s Caitlyn Baikie on CBC Northwind yesterday talking about the upcoming #SOIArctic2017, there is space left for Inuvialuit youth on the expedition. We are proud to be
Blyth & Bathe is seeking LNG engineers and technicians to conduct pre-feasibility analysis of LNG for electrical generation in Tuktoyaktuk, Northwest Territories, Canada.
Power generation in Tuktoyaktuk is currently provided by
John has just completed another Environmental Monitor Training Program (EMTP) in Fort Smith on behalf of Aurora College. This marks the 14th EMTP John has instructed since 2007
Well, it’s been a long time coming but we are finally certified to teach the Canadian Firearms Safety Course in Nunavut!
We were hoping that the so-called “Common Sense” Firearms Licensing
There’s a meme circulating the social networks like Linkedin that goes something along the lines of:
“The CFO of a company goes to his CEO, worried about the state of the
One of the best parts of this job is that you never know what is going to happen next. We are so varied in the work we do, we almost
A few short years back Adam Bathe, John Blyth and myself, Chuck Blyth, decided to start a small northern company based on building capacity for people so that they could
Canoeing the Slave Watershed Environmental Effects Program (SWEEP) Community Based Monitoring Project.
Recently I had the chance to participate in the Slave Watershed Environmental Effects Program (SWEEP) Community Based Monitoring Project.
As part of SWEEP, Lorne Doig (University of Saskatchewan)