One of CEOS’s newest graduates, Dr. Aurelie Delaforge discovered a copepod species,Monstrillopsis Planifrons living in the Canadian Arctic. Monstrillopsiswas previously unknown to inhabit these waters. Congratulations Aurelie and co.!
Diane Adams, a metis student at the University of Saskatchewan School of Public Health,hopes participating in a national fellowship to create clean energy strategies for Canada will help put an end to ‘energy poverty’ in Indigenous, rural and remote communities. Diane is also part of the Create H20 Program at the University of Manitoba. Congratulations Read more about A clean future – School of Public Health – University of Saskatchewan[…]
On September 29, 2016, CanWIN was pleased to participate in Fort Whyte’s first ever Freshwater Ecology Day! We hosted a water monitoring station to help students understand how scientists can collect and process samples for water quality, and what to do with the data! (hint hint, store it here!) 68 students and ten teachers from Read more about Freshwater Ecology Day at Fort Whyte[…]