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Up North On Climate Conference

Up North On Climate Conference

Northern First Nation Community Delegates, including many from the Matawa member First Nations, joined together with science, academic and environment ...

Living with us… Bald Eagle (Migisi)

The Bald Eagle is Canada’s largest bird of prey.  It is often found near water and feeds mainly on fish and carrion (dead animals).  Bald Ea ...

White Nose Syndrome Research

Bats across North America are facing an epidemic. The Little Brown Myotis, Northern Myotis, and Tri-coloured Bat have been emergency listed as Endange ...

Living With Us… Eastern Whippoorwill

You may have heard their distinct call in the summer and fall. A repeated trill that sounds like ‘Whip-poor-will” over and over again. But did you kno ...
YOLO activity station at Ginoogaming First Nation cultural week (May 16-18, 2017)

YOLO activity station at Ginoogaming First Nation cultural week (May 16-18, 2017)

Come visit us at station 10 on May 16-18, 2017 at the Ginoogaming First Nation Cultural Week where Jen & Laura will have fun activities for the yo ...
Peter Moses to Accept Prestigious Award Tonight

Peter Moses to Accept Prestigious Award Tonight

Four Rivers is especially proud to celebrate one of our team members, Peter Moses, tonight! Peter is the 2017 winner of the Skookum Jim Award! Pete ...
Four Rivers Drone at PDAC

Four Rivers Drone at PDAC

The Four Rivers drone made an appearance at booth #750 at PDAC! The drone is one of our geomatics team's tools for data collection.  It can collect ...
Living With Us…Snowshoe Hare (Waboos)

Living With Us…Snowshoe Hare (Waboos)

The snow is starting to melt and spring is near! As Easter weekend approaches, we have rabbits and hares on our mind. The Snowshoe Hare has long ears, ...
Four Rivers Group is at PDAC 2017

Four Rivers Group is at PDAC 2017

Four Rivers is back for PDAC 2017! Visit Four Rivers Group (FRG) at the Matawa First Nations Management Booth #750. Hours are 10am-5pm March 5th-7th a ...

Living with us… Grey Wolf (Ma’iingan)

The grey wolf is the largest wild member of the canid family and the ancestor of the domestic dog. It’s survival and success as a predator is dependen ...
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