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Saskatoon Networking Event

Join us on November 30 to network with your local environmental professional community

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Saskatoon Environmental Professional Network Event

Thursday, November 30, 2017
4:00 – 7:00 pm
Boffins Public House

As part of the ECO Roadshow, we’re hosting networking events, lunch and learns and training opportunities across the country.

On November 30,  join us in Saskatoon for our environmental professional networking event.

This event will feature two high-calibre speakers:

  • Carol Crowe, Principal, Indigenous Visions & Licensed BEAHR Trainer who will presenting on Indigenous Perspectives on Environmental Education.
  • Veronique Loewen, Manager of Communications at AREVA Resources Canada Inc. who will be presenting on Engaging With Our Neighbours: A Uranium Mining Experience. Learn the key fundamentals of communications and stakeholders relations, especially within regulatory and environmental information sharing and feedback gathering.

Plus, get the opportunity to network with members, young professionals, academics and industry.

Registration Now Open!

Location

Boffins Public House
111 Research Drive, #106
Saskatoon, SK

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Who will be attending?

  • Certified Environmental Professionals (EPs) and Environmental Professionals in-training (EPts)
  • Industry professionals
  • Academics
  • Post-secondary students and recent graduates

Event Features

  • Networking
  • Speaker Series
  • Connect with ECO Canada

Event Speakers

Carol Crowe
Principal of Indigenous Visions Inc.

Carol Crowe, principal of Indigenous Visions Inc. and Lead Instructor, has 30 years business experience and leadership skills. Carol has specialized in Land and Environmental Management on Traditional Lands to address Environmental issues and the duty to consult.

She works with First Nations, Industry, and Government specializing in the avoidance and mitigation of Traditional Ecological Knowledge concerns and Western Science regulations. Carol has taught the BEAHR program across Canada for the past 10 years to First Nation communities across Canada. She has over 25 years’ experience as an Instructor and Facilitator, designing and delivering workshops in consultation, negotiations, and accountability training.

All accredited courses include a focus on inclusion and protection of Traditional Ecological Knowledge in Indigenous communities. Carol also instructs a spring credit course at the University of Calgary, Environmental Management Certificate Program.

Carol Crowe is a recipient of the Global TV “Women of Vision” Award in the category of business and entrepreneurship and an Esquao Award in Business from the Institute for the Advancement of Women.

Véronique Loewen
Manager, Communications for AREVA Resources Canada Inc.

Véronique Loewen is Manager, Communications for AREVA Resources Canada Inc., a world leader in uranium exploration, mining and milling, with major operations in northern Saskatchewan.

Véronique graduated from Paul Valéry University in Montpellier, France with a BA and MA in Applied Foreign Languages. She holds a Master of Business Administration from Royal Roads University in Victoria, BC.

At AREVA Véronique develops, implements and evaluates communications and stakeholders engagement strategies and programs. She also manages community investment initiatives for Saskatoon and area. Aside from her work with AREVA, Veronique is also the owner of Verolingo Communications a sole-proprietorship providing English-French translation, writing and editing and strategic communications planning services.

Véronique is a member of the Saskatchewan Mining Association’s Public Affairs Committee. She is a founding member and past co-chair of Women in Mining / Women in Nuclear Saskatchewan. She is a member of the board of directors of the Saskatchewan crown corporation Saskatchewan Transportation Company, which recently ceased operations. She volunteers with the Jim Pattison Children’s Hospital Foundation as co-Chair of the Jeans & Jewels Gala.

Véronique was the recipient of the 2017 YWCA of Saskatoon’s Women of Distinction Award in Leadership and Professions.