04 March 2016
Captures on the wintering grounds of the Rivière-George caribou herd

Last February, technicians Stéphane Rivard and Charles Jutras from the MFFP in Quebec and biologist John Pisapio from the government of Labrador teamed up for a series of captures on the wintering grounds of the Rivière-George...+ learn more

03 March 2016
Clara Morrissette-Boileau wins a prize and a special mention at the CNS’s annual conference!

The Center for Northern Studies (CNS) held its annual conference on February 11th at the Université du Québec à Trois-Rivières. Clara Morrissette-Boileau won the prize for best elevator speech as well as a special mention for her...+ learn more

02 March 2016
Winter captures of caribou and their predators

In January 2016, we did a field trip to capture caribou and their predators in the winter range of the Rivière-aux-Feuilles herd. From 17 to 23 January, Stéphane Rivard, Charles Jutras, Lyna Lambert from the MFFP Chibougamau...+ learn more

04 September 2015
Our work in Norway!

Steeve Côté, Mathieu Leblond (post-doctoral fellow) and Brett Allen Campeau (Master’s student) all participated in the 14th edition of the Arctic Ungulate Conference which took place from August 17th to 21st, 2015 in Røros,...+ learn more

04 September 2015
A 7th field season in the summer habitat range of the Rivière-aux-Feuilles herd has been completed!

The 2015 field season took place from June 23rd to August 4th at Deception bay. Nine researchers, graduate students and field assistants participated in the sampling efforts. A number of vegetation surveys were conducted to...+ learn more

03 September 2015
Predator captures on the calving ground of the Rivière-George herd

Recent field work carried out in the Rivière-George caribou range led to the successful capture of 6 new black bears (3 males and 3 females) and one wolf. These captures represente the general tendency observed on the caribou...+ learn more

09 June 2015
Overview of the 2015 winter captures

Last February and March, a team from the Ministère des Forêts de la Faune et des Parcs (MFFP) of Québec and a team from the Wildlife Division of the Government of Labrador conducted a series of caribou and wolf captures on the...+ learn more

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