Graduate Students for Oolichan Conservation!

Ecofish is excited to announce that in collaboration with LNG Canada, Haisla Nation, the University of Northern British Columbia, the University of Victoria,  Simon Fraser University, and DFO Fisheries Science and Management, we are offering several graduate student positions through the Conservation and Recovery Research on Oolichan in Haisla Territory (CAROOHT) research program. The goal […]

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CISEC Certified

Meet the latest erosion and sediment control professionals of our Construction Environmental Management Team!  Congratulations to Jayson Kurtz, Bret Jagger, Dave Winarski, Patrick Walshe, and Leaf Thunderstorm who recently received their Canadian Certified Inspector of Sediment and Erosion Control (CAN-CISEC) designation. CISEC is a global standard recognized by the International Erosion Control Association, the world’s […]

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Ecofish Welcomes Cory Turkington to the Team

Ecofish is excited to be expanding our Construction Environmental Management capabilities with the addition of Senior Construction Environmental Management Specialist and Senior Project Manager, Cory Turkington. Cory was one of the first professionals in Canada to become a Certified Professional in Erosion & Sediment Control (CPESC).  With fourteen years of experience working on high profile […]

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Proud Sponsors of the BC Natural Resources Forum

We are excited to share that Ecofish is sponsoring the 2021 BC Natural Resources Forum:  Building and Maintaining a Resilient Natural Resource Sector.  We offer a broad range of trusted environmental assessment, monitoring, mitigation, offsetting and design services —delivered using a proven, science-based approach. It’s an approach that appeals to clients in industry, government and First Nations: […]

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New Publication in Conservation Physiology

How is sea ice decline affecting polar bear populations? In a recent publication in Conservation Physiology, Ecofish Marine Scientist Amy Johnson looks at the relationship between population energetics of Western Hudson Bay polar bears and sea ice conditions to understand the impact on this vulnerable population. Congratulations to Amy and coauthors! Access the full publication:  […]

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Ecofish Makes the 2020 Growth List of Canada’s Fastest Growing Companies

Vancouver, BC – Ecofish Research Ltd. (Ecofish) is pleased to announce our listing on the 2020 Growth List, the definitive ranking of Canada’s Fastest-Growing Companies produced by Canadian Business. “This year’s cohort of Growth List applicants was the most competitive ever and earning a spot on the list is something to be very proud of,” […]

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Ecofish Welcomes Debbi Stanyer to the Team

Ecofish is pleased to announce the latest addition to our leadership team, Debbi Stanyer. VIew our news release here!

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Managing Renewable Energy to Benefit Wildlife Habitat

Congratulations to Ecofish Scientists Leah Ballin and Jon Abell on a recent article featured in the Forest Professional Magazine summer issue, ‘Linking Trees, Water, and Wildlife: Managing Interactions Between Riparian Vegetation and Reservoir Operations on Vancouver Island.’  The article considers BC Hydro’s development of a Water Use Plan to manage impacts of the Campbell River […]

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Ecofish is Hiring in Fort St. John!

Are you looking for an exciting opportunity to build your career with one of Canada’s fastest growing companies? We are hiring for multiple positions in Fort St. John, British Columbia.

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Ecofish Expands Team – Opens New Office in Halifax

It’s been a busy year!  Ecofish opens it’s third new office of 2019 in Atlantic Canada.  A warm welcome to our newest team members , Michael Browne and Marianne Gilbert who will be leading our new Halifax office.  We look forward to helping clients in the Atlantic region tackle their toughest environmental challenges. View the […]

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