Services for Indigenous Communities

Your Land. Your Future.

When it comes to protecting the environment, it is challenging to
know where to turn to ensure that your community’s interests and
vision are met now and for future generations.

Services

For over fifteen years, MSES has helped communities across
Canada understand, be involved in, and make decisions about their
traditional lands.
The tools and services we offer include:

Environmental Monitoring
& Studies

Our studies answer your
environmental questions.
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Teaching & Training

Learn ecological principals and
common survey protocols.
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Third-Party Reviews

Ensure your interests and
traditional lands won’t be
adversely impacted by industry or
government. Learn More.

Landscape Change
Analysis & Maps

Understand and visually depict
changes to your traditional lands
& resources. Learn More.

Land Use Plans &
Community Impact
Assessments

Integrate Traditional Knowledge &
Land Use with western scientific
information to generate land use
plans or identify potential impacts
of a project in your community.
Learn More.

Western Scientific Advisor

Your technical support during
meetings, in negotiations, and
throughout the regulatory
approval process. Learn More.

Hearings

We will be you expert witness or
environmental advisor during
public hearings Learn More.

Regulatory Guidance &
Funding

We will guide you through the
regulatory process and funding
strategies Learn More.

Writing

We prepare newsletters, & reports
for distribution in your community
& for submission to government.

Our Clients

“You never lost focus on our issues and main
concerns. Your analytical approach is the
strongest tool that we ever had in addressing
the volumes of technical information that
industry and government expose us to… Thank
you for your objective and personal support.”
– Mikisew Cree First Nation (AB)


“…your team has been awesome to NB [New
Brunswick] First Nations…”
-Woodstock First Nation

“Dr. Komers has worked with the ACFN and other
First Nations in the region for a number of
years. He’s a highly respected and regarded
advisor in our community.”
Athabasca Chipewyan First Nation (AB).

“… you have really left them in a superposition
on the wildlife matters. You also have a good
appreciation of some of the practical issues for
an aboriginal community and I have learned
from you! ….you can be sure I will be in touch!
-Chamberlain Hutchison, Barristers & Solicitors (AB)