Charles (Chuck) Blyth | 2014-03-04 | blog | Blyth & Bathe | Canada's North | team | website | | News | 7
Although there is something to be said for tried and true, our team recently decided it was time to update our website. Although we've updated our image somewhat, we're not changing who we are, nor what we do.Blyth & Bathe are still your consultants of the North, here to help you solve or navigate whatever challenges lay ahead and turn them into opportunities with you. We continue to serve clients on projects across the Northwest Territories, Yukon, Nunavut, northern Alberta, northern British Columbia, northern Saskatchewan, and beyond.Despite our updated look, our identity remains the same, and we continue to work with an array of governmental, non-governmental, Aboriginal, and private groups on an equally vast array of projects. Whether the project is related to archaeology, biology, traditional land use, environmental education, or beyond, our team continues to be fully equipped to handle your next project.We're still just getting used to the new look and feel, so if you have any feedback or comments, please don't hesitate to let us know!
Over his thirty-year career with Parks Canada, Chuck held a wide variety of roles and responsibilities across the country, including Data Manager for the National Parks in the NWT, Resource Management Secretariat Manager for the National Parks in the NWT, Resource Management Planner Western Regional Office for Parks Canada, Superintendent and Chief of Resource Conservation for Nahanni National Park Reserve, National Warden Service Manager for Parks Canada Ottawa, and Manager of the National Parks Research Centre at the University of Alberta. Chuck has authored several pieces on a range of wildlife topics, including ungulate population dynamics, wildlife production systems in Western Canada, aspen parkland paleoecology, vegetation and ungulate management reports for Elk Island National Park, and Resource Management Programs and Research for Nahanni National Park.
As a principle of Blyth & Bathe for the last decade, Chuck has instructed Canadian Firearms Safety Training Course, negotiated impact benefits agreements, taught courses on the Mackenzie Valley Resource Management Act at the Thebacha Campus of Aurora College, hosted economic workshops, written SWAT analyses, contributed to status assessments of species at risk, and written protected areas assessment reports for the Government of the Northwest Territories.
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