A new, large, collaborative research project (GEN-FISH) led by the University of Windsor has recently been launched and is seeking graduate students with positions available all across the country and in involved a wide range of field and lab activities. Click here and here for ads the GEN-FISH team would like to be shared widely, including contact info if you’d like to get involved (French version here).
Discussion paper about the future of CCFFRDecember 19, 2019
Former CARS president, Steven Cooke, and several other members of the fisheries and aquatic sciences community in Canada have penned an informal discussion paper to begin a conversation about the future of the Canadian Conference for Fisheries Research (CCFFR). You can read it here. The paper focuses around the potential for merging CCFFR with the Society of Canadian Limnologists (SCL) to form a new society, one of whose main tasks will be ensuring the long-term management and organization of an annual conference. There may be some role for CARS to play in the future model. A discussion about these ideas will continue at the CCFFR business meeting in Halifax in […]
Fisheries biologist position (permanent) in Vancouver, BCNovember 5, 2019
Associated Environmental Consultants are looking to add a fisheries biologist to their staff in Vancouver. For more details on the job, follow this link to the ad – https://ae.hua.hrsmart.com/hr/ats/Posting/view/382
OFAH seeking Fisheries BiologistAugust 1, 2017
The OFAH is currently looking to hire a Fisheries Biologist. This is a full-time permanent position based in Peterborough that offers unique and diverse opportunities to participate in fisheries management throughout Ontario. We would appreciate your support in sharing the attached job advertisement (also found at https://www.ofah.org/jobs/fisheries-biologist/). If you know of anyone who is seeking a full-time permanent position in the fisheries field, please share this opportunity with them. The posting closes on August 20, 2017 at 5pm.