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Hemmera is a boutique environmental consultancy that has been making a difference across Canada since 1994.
 

Hemmera Named One of BC's Top Employers of 2016

Hemmera is thrilled to announce that our firm has been recognized as one of BC’s Top 100 Employers of 2016. This annual, high-profile competition recognizes the nation’s best places to work – companies that lead their industries in attracting and retaining employees.

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Hemmera Delivers Environmental Monitoring Course at Kwantlen Polytechnic University

Hemmera has recently partnered with Kwantlen Polytechnic University (KPU) to develop and deliver a new eight-week Environmental Monitoring Technician Program, a collaborative partnership between Hemmera, KPU, and the Squamish Nation Trades Centre.

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Get To Know: Lara Taylor,
Project Manager

"Why Hemmera? Because the only constraints are your dedication and imagination. It’s a company that trusts its employees to take projects and run with them."

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Hemmera Named one of Canada's 10 Most Admired Corporate Cultures

Waterstone Human Capital recently recognized Hemmera as one of Canada’s 10 Most Admired Corporate Cultures of 2015.

View our latest career opportunities on our website.

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Hemmera and the LNG-Buy BC Program

In this featured video, Business Leader Jonathan Turner speaks about Hemmera’s positive experience at the recent LNG in BC conference and the LNG-Buy BC Program.

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  IN THE NEWS

CBC News: New DNA technology used to find Yukon chinook salmon Habitat

Hemmera's Michael Muller was recently quoted in a CBC News article discussing the Yukon River Chinook Salmon eDNA project. "The [DNA] technology has been around for a few years now, but it's really just emerging from academia." 

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Global TV: Salmon Returning to Guichon Creek

Robin Taylor, Senior EA Manager for Hemmera and Environmental Manager for the Port Mann/Highway 1 Improvement Project, was interviewed by Global TV regarding the return of salmon to Guichon Creek in Burnaby, BC.

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Scott Weston quoted in Mining and Energy magazine

Scott Weston, Hemmera's Director of Development, was recently quoted in Mining and Energy magazine. Scott discusses how Hemmera is pioneering eDNA for mine reclamation and also highlights the benefits of Progressive Reclamation.

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STAFF STORIES

Jay Rourke Published in Behavioral Ecology

Jay Rourke’s co-authored technical paper, “Site-specific flight speeds of nonbreeding Pacific dunlins as a measure of the quality of a foraging habitat,” was recently published in Behavioral Ecology.  

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Upcoming PBLI Event: Contaminated Sites – The New Regime

Hemmera’s Greg Quandt is co-organizing a comprehensive contaminated sites workshop in Vancouver, BC on May 5, 2016. Hosted through the Pacific Business and Law Institute (PBLI), this in-depth workshop will cover a variety of innovative topics, legal case studies, upcoming changes to the contaminated sites regulation, and implications to Approved Professionals, municipalities, and land developers.

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