Science Advisor & Representative

Reputable & Trusted Source of
Western Scientific Expertise

We provide technical scientific support when you are engaged
in discussions and decisions related to the environment.

Meetings, Workshops &
Information Sessions

Technical support & representation
before, during, and after meetings
when land and resource decisions
are being discussed and made.


We assist you with technical and
environmental issues during
negotiations and agreements
related to development projects

Expert Witness Testimony

Credible and defensible testament
and evidence, given on your behalf,
during regulatory hearings for
proposed projects.

Featured Projects

Alberta Energy Regulator Hearing for the Proposed Prosper Rigel Project – Expert Witness, on behalf of Fort McKay First Nation (January 2018)

Hearing for the NGTL Towerbirch Expansion Project – Expert Witness for Wildlife and Vegetation on behalf of West Moberly First Nations (2016)

AER Regulatory Hearing for the TCPL Grand Rapids Project – Expert Witness for Wildlife, Vegetation and Water Quality, on behalf of Athabasca Chipewyan First Nation (2014)

Hearing for the Nova Gas North Montney Project– Expert Witness for Wildlife, on behalf of Saulteaux First Nations (2014)

Joint Review Panel Hearing for the Shell Jackpine Mine Expansion & Pierre River Mine Project – Expert Witness for Wildlife and Vegetation, on behalf of the Mikisew Cree First Nation (2012)

Advisor for the Caribou Recovery Pilot Project (Canada’s Oil Sands Innovation Alliance (COSIA)), on behalf of Fort McMurray First Nation (2016 – present)

Advice and Review for the Indigenous Review Group (formerly Aboriginal Review Group (ARG)) for the JACOS Hangingstone Project (2002 – present)

Advisor for the Ronald Lake Bison Research Herd Technical Team, for the Teck Frontier Energy Project, on behalf of First Nation and Metis participants (2014 – present)

Member of the Government of Alberta Panel for Regional Plans (2017 – present)

Advice and Review related to the Diavik Diamond Mine, on behalf of the Environmental Monitoring Advisory Board (North West Territory) (2013 – present)

“[the MSES expert witnesses’] participation helped the Panel’s understanding of the potential
effects of the Project … [MSES’s] evidence helped the Panel’s understanding of the likelihood
that Shell’s proposed mitigation would effectively reclaim upland vegetation in the closure
landscape.” – Alberta Energy Regulator, Jackpine Mine Expansion Hearing