news & UPDATES

Read the latest updates from Nipîy Tu Research & Knowledge Centre

Mobile Laboratory to arrive in Fort Chipewyan in February 2024
February 26, 2024

NTRKC is introducing a mobile laboratory in Fort Chipewyan in late February 2024

A Message from Nipîy Tu's first Executive Director
February 19, 2024

Tammy Riel, NTRKC's first Executive Director, begins her work with NTRKC with a message

Nipîy Tu welcomes its first Executive Director
January 31, 2024

NTRKC is excited to announce a significant milestone in its journey: the appointment of our first Executive Director, Tammy Riel

Nipîy Tu is hiring an interim Executive Director
July 6, 2023

NTRKC is seeking an experienced Executive Director to lead our non-profit organization as it transitions from development to operational phases

Indigenous Knowledge Use and Protection policy in development
June 21, 2023

NTRKC is working with Firelight Group to develop an Indigenous Knowledge Use and Protection policy

Nipîy Tu gets bold new look after rebranding
May 5, 2023

NTRKC has recently concluded an impactful branding and logo development process led by Indigenous design firm, Vincent Design

Nipîy Tu attended COP 15 Biodiversity Conference in Montreal
April 14, 2023

From December 7 - 19, 2022 members of the Nipîy Tu Board of Directors attended the COP 15 Biodiversity Conference in Montreal

Nipîy Tu field station currently in development in the Quatre Fourches
April 2, 2023

Expected project completion is in the spring of 2024

Nipîy Tu advances Integrated Research and Monitoring Plan
March 27, 2023

The IRMP is being developed through a core working team which consists of members from Nipîy Tu Research & Knowledge Centre, PCA and ECCC

Nipîy Tu begins research into Knowledge Hub development
March 13, 2023

The Knowledge Hub will support the hosting, communication, and application of numerous forms of information in support of conservation actions taking place in the Delta region

Site selected for Nipîy Tu Research Centre in Fort Chipewyan
March 1, 2023

Through community consultation, the museum/monument site in Fort Chipewyan, consisting of 3 lots, has been selected as an ideal site for the research centre

Laboratories Canada and Nipîy Tu partner to help protect WBNP
February 21, 2023

Nipîy Tu Research and Knowledge Centre has partnered with Laboratories Canada to increase collaboration and research capacity to protect the Wood Buffalo National Park

An Indigenous-led organization dedicated to protecting the Peace-Athabasca Delta and its people.

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