Northern Bioscience has assisted municipal, provincial, territorial, state, and federal governments and quasi-governmental bodies (e.g., OPG, MB CEC) on hundreds of projects.

Some of our services include:

  • fish and wildlife field studies and monitoring e.g., Marsh Monitoring Program
  • protected area support e.g., earth and life science inventories, human use and recreation analysis, trail networks
  • environmental impact assessments / statements (EIS)
  • wetland evaluation, inventory, monitoring, and research
  • terrestrial and wetland Ecological Land Classification (ELC) development
  • status reports, recovery plans, management plans, and best management practices (BMP)s for Species at Risk (SAR)
  • fisheries data analysis, synthesis, and management
  • habitat rehabilitation and remediation
  • habitat mapping and Geographic Information Systems (GIS) support
  • literature reviews and report writing
  • workshops and training
  • peer review


Northern Bioscience has worked with numerous levels of government in Ontario and Manitoba, as well as the United States. Our clients have included:

  • Chippewa National Forest (MN)
  • City of Thunder Bay
  • Environment Canada e.g., Canadian Forest Service (CFS), Canadian Wildlife Service (CWS), Committee on the Status of Endangered Wildlife in Canada in Canada (COSEWIC)
  • HydroOne (HONI)
  • International Joint Commission (IJC)
  • Manitoba Clean Environment Commission (MB CEC)
  • Minnesota Department of Natural Resources (MN DNR)
  • Municipality of Sioux Lookout
  • Municipality of Red Lake
  • Northwest Territorial Government
  • Ontario Ministry of the Environment and Climate Change (OMOECC)
  • Ontario Ministry of Natural Resources (OMNRF)
  • Ontario Ministry of Transportation (MTO)
  • Ontario Power Generation (OPG)
  • Parks Canada e.g., Lake Superior National Marine Conservation Area (NMCA), Pukaskwa National Park
  • Thunder Bay Regional Health Sciences Centre
  • U.S. National Park Service (US NPS) e.g., Voyageurs NP, Isle Royale NP