Indigenous and Northern Affairs

Seeking Authorities for Contaminated Site Projects in Canada’s North

2021-12-02T23:37:48+00:00

Since 2011, Bronson has been supporting CIRNA’s NCSP with the drafting of program, project and expenditure authority documentation related to contaminated sites in Yukon, the Northwest Territories and Nunavut, for which the Government of Canada is responsible. Northern contaminated sites tend to be large, complex and in remote locations, which make them unique and [...]

Data Analytics Support to the Indigenous Community-Based Climate Monitoring Program

2021-12-02T23:40:22+00:00

Bronson provided support to CIRNA’s ICBCMP by analysing data management tools, guiding work planning and developing program management guidance. As a new program, the support and tools provided to the ICBCMP allowed them to plan their work and effectively provide funding to Indigenous communities for long-term, community-based climate monitoring projects. “Bronson [...]

Program Management Support to CIRNA’s Northern Contaminated Sites Program

2021-12-02T23:37:23+00:00

For over 10 years, Bronson has been providing operational program management support to NCSP related to policy and procedural development, performance management, and project risk assessment. Bronson’s support has helped NCSP effectively manage the challenges associated with the remediation of Canada’s most remote and northern contaminated sites. This support assists NCSP in managing these [...]

Push to Document Indian Residential Schools Drives Creation of the Largest Digital Repository in Canadian History

2021-09-13T19:37:08+00:00

Truth and Reconciliation Commission of Canada, Indigenous and Northern Affairs Canada, & Library and Archives Canada Over 10 million pages reviewed. Over 3.5 million records digitized (collected database of 5 million records). Project involved several teams working simultaneously at archive sites across Canada. Project involved all LAC national sites, including a large [...]