This year's exhibitors! Come visit their booths in Ballroom C from December 6th to 8th.
Amundsen Science is the not-for-profit corporation responsible for the management of the scientific mandate of the research icebreaker CCGS Amundsen. Primarily funded by the Canada Foundation for Innovation through Université Laval, Amundsen Science maintains the ship’s pool of scientific equipment, coordinates the deployment of the icebreaker for science in collaboration with the Canadian Coast Guard, and provides technical support at sea to user programs.
Arctic Research Foundation
Arctic Research Foundation (ARF) is a private, non-profit organization creating a new kind of scientific infrastructure for the Canadian Arctic, through our operation of efficient, cutting-edge research vessels and self-powered mobile labs. We coordinate and catalyze scientific, cultural and economic research in the Arctic. We partner with governments, universities and other research institutions that require access to innovative infrastructure to conduct program initiatives in the Arctic. We build relationships with Arctic Indigenous peoples to advance the understanding of the region with traditional knowledge. ARF is the proud host of Arctic Focus, a collaborative, online platform where Arctic explorers, researchers and communities converge to share stories of the Arctic. At Arctic Focus, ARF and its partners share perspectives about the most critical, understudied and unknown regions of the North directly from the people who are on the ground (or at sea!).
Crown-Indigenous Relations and Northern Affairs Canada
A Government of Canada exhibitor booth hosted by Nutrition North Canada and CanNor to share information on key federal programs that support Northern food security.
Crown-Indigenous Relations and Northern Affairs Canada
The Northern Contaminants Program (NCP) was established in 1991 in response to concerns about human exposure to elevated levels of contaminants in wildlife species that are important to the traditional diets of northern Indigenous peoples. Early studies found a wide variety of substances, many of which had no Arctic or Canadian sources, but which were, nevertheless, reaching unexpectedly high levels in the Arctic ecosystem.
With its Sentinel North strategy, Université Laval fosters the convergence of expertise, transformative research, the development of new technologies and the training of a new generation of interdisciplinary researchers aimed at improving our understanding of the northern environment and its impact on humans and their health.
Canadian Science Publishing
Arctic Science is a quarterly open-access peer-reviewed journal. An interdisciplinary journal, Arctic Science, publishes original peer-reviewed research from all areas of natural science and applied science & engineering related to the northern Polar Regions. Learn more about the journal Arctic Science, visit: cdnsciencepub.com/as
Canadian Mountain Network
The Canadian Mountain Network (CMN) is the country’s first formal research organization dedicated to advancing our understanding of mountain systems, which provide important benefits to Canadians living both near and far from these distinctive and iconic landscapes. CMN supports research that is centered on a holistic approach based on Indigenous and Western ways of knowing.
Ocean Networks Canada
ONC monitors the east and west coasts of Canada and the Arctic, collecting real-time, open data that deliver solutions for science, society, and industry.
The Environmental Department of Hoskin Scientific provides expert consultative support to find the right product to fit your application needs. Whether you require sampling and monitoring instruments for air, water and soil for the environmental, agricultural, mining and forestry markets, we are where you need us to be across Canada.
Arctic Eider Society
The Arctic Eider Society is an Inuit-led charity based in Sanikiluaq supporting Indigenous-driven solutions for thriving northern communities. AES works with northern communities and organizations to support capacity for self-determination in community-driven research, education and environmental stewardship including SIKU: The Indigenous Knowledge Social Network as a key tool these goals.
Geological Survey of Canada
The GEM-GeoNorth program creates innovative and relevant geoscientific data, knowledge and maps to support work in the North in context of changing climate. The GEM-GeoNorth program is a continuation of the $200m Geo-Mapping for Energy and Minerals program. Its build on GEM by continuing to access new frontiers - the underexplored areas in Canada’s North. The data produced by the program is made publicly available for use by northern and Indigenous organizations and governments, academia, and industry.
Centre d'études Nordiques / Centre for Northern Studies
The Centre d'études nordiques (CEN) is a strategic interuniversity cluster supported financially by FRQNT that the CEN brings together more than 300 researchers, students, trainees and professionals from various disciplines. CEN's mission is to contribute to the sustainable development of northern regions by improving our understanding of these environments and our ability to predict the changes that affect them.
Makivvik is the land claims organization mandated to manage the heritage funds of the Inuit of Nunavik provided for under the James Bay and Northern Québec Agreement. Makivvik’s role includes the administration and investment of these funds and the promotion of economic growth by providing assistance for the creation of Inuit-operated businesses in Nunavik. Makivvik promotes the preservation of Inuit culture and language as well as the health, welfare, relief of poverty, and education of Inuit in the communities.
Nunavik Geomatics is an Inuit-owned consulting firm providing innovative and cost effective geomatics solutions to public and private sector clients. We provide state-of-the-art mapping and spatial analysis services by gathering and analyzing geospatial and earth observation data to extract information highlighting patterns and relationships useful for various projects. Products and services range from decision support, project management, Geographic Information Systems (GIS), aerial data collection and inspection and collection of Traditional Ecological Knowledge (TEK).
DataStream Initiative is a registered Canadian charity dedicated to advancing freshwater protection through open data flows. Our mission is to promote knowledge sharing and collaborative water stewardship so our waters remain healthy for generations to come. Free for anyone to use, DataStream's open data platform provides a place to share and access water quality data collected by diverse monitoring programs.
The YukonU Research Centre has been conducting, mobilizing, and sharing research on northern topics for over three decades. We partner with industry, communities, post-secondary institutions, and all levels of government, including Indigenous governments, to conduct applied research projects across Canada’s North. We are building a stronger, more resilient North, together.
Inuit Tapiriit Kanatami
Inuit Tapiriit Kanatami, founded in 1971, is the national representational organization protecting and advancing the rights and interests of Inuit in Canada.
Fisheries and Oceans Canada
Fisheries and Oceans Canada (DFO) is responsible for safeguarding our waters and managing Canada's fisheries and oceans resources. We help to ensure healthy and sustainable aquatic ecosystems through habitat protection and sound science. We also support economic growth a in the marine and fisheries sectors, and innovation in areas such as aquaculture and biotechnology.
MTE Instruments is a Canadian company specializing in the design and integration of oceanographic instrumentation platforms. We work closely with academia and government to support science. A prime example of this is the Viking oceanographic buoys designed to measure environmental conditions, marine mammal detection, and soon automated eDNA sampling.
Since 1973, RBR has been designing and manufacturing oceanographic instruments in Ottawa, Canada. From the ocean abyss to the polar ice cap, our sensors track water parameters: temperature, depth, salinity, dissolved gases, pH, and many others.
Institut Nordique du Québec
The Institut nordique du Québec is a cluster of Quebec expertise in the major sectors of northern and Arctic research working together for the sustainable development of the North.
Viventem is a locally owned and operated science support agency located in Ekaluktutiak ᐃᖃᓗᒃᑑᑦᑎᐊᖅ (Cambridge Bay), Nunavut, that aims to facilitate research activities in the Canadian Arctic. At Viventem, we strive to provide a reliable, professional, and personalized service that meets the diverse requirements of your northern research projects.
Qarjuit Youth Council
Qarjuit Youth Council (QYC) strives to be part of the solution in improving the lives of the Inuit youth from the ages of 15 to 35 in Nunavik and Chisasibi. By providing information, support and programs specifically designed by and for them, QYC aims to give youth the voice they deserve, in our modern society, bringing forward our cultural values is the core of our mission.
Ocean Sonics designs the icListen Smart Hydrophone to measure, record, process and analyze ocean sound data, to make real-time decisions. We help users in Ocean Science, Environmental Monitoring and Aquaculture & Fisheries, Energy and Security markets to change their actions for a better and safer outcome for humans, the environment and marine life.
The Nunavik Marine Region Planning Commission
The Nunavik Marine Region Planning Commission (NMRPC, the Commission) is an institution of public government with mandated responsibilities to develop planning policies and priorities for the Nunavik Marine Region (NMR) and to develop marine use plan(s) that guide and direct resource use and development in the NMR. The Commission was established by the Nunavik Inuit Land Claims Agreement (NILCA).
Defence Research and Development Canada (DRDC)
NATO has issued a “Climate Change and Security Action Plan”. Through Defence Research and Development Canada (DRDC), Canada is contributing to combat the challenge by conducting research, forming networks and seeking collaborative opportunities! Through Global Affairs and Defence, Canada is leading a Centre of Excellence! See us at the booth!
Supporting the ArcticNet Annual Scientific Meeting 2022 (ASM2022) is your opportunity to gain exposure and build relationships with hundreds of academic, northern, industry, and government leaders from across Canada and around the world. We invite you to view our prospectus to learn how you can support ASM2022!
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