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GMRC welcomes new GIS Technician, Pascale Gosselin

by John M. Vicaire
January 07, 2016

We are excited to announce one of the newest additions to the GMRC team. Pascale Gosselin started this week as GIS Technician. Pascale holds a Bachelor of Science in Geography and a Master of Science degree in Physical Geography.

From 2009 to 2013, Pascale worked with the Inuit community of Pangnirtung, Nunavut, studying permafrost and now she's excited to be helping the communities of Eel River Bar, Listuguj, and Pabineau.

Welcome to the team Pascale!

2014 annual report now available

The GMRC 2014 annual report is now available for download! Click here to download the report.

Medicinal walk with Karen

by John Murvin Vicaire
November 12, 2015

We couldn’t have asked for a nicer day in November than the one we got last Tuesday. It was nice and sunny and unusually warm. This was the fourth time that Karen has made her way up from Maine to share her knowledge with us, but it’s still just the beginning of our learning journey.

Tree planting on the Eel river

by John Murvin Vicaire
November 12, 2015

On Friday, we teamed up with some of the youth from Ugpi'ganjig to improve the habitat along the Eel river. We spent most of our day near the heritage garden and planted aproximately 400 white spruce saplings.

Eel tracking in the Restigouche River estuary

by Denny Isaac, Aquatic Research Director at GMRC

Fyke nets for eel research

by Craig Isaac

GMRC welcomes new executive director!


The GMRC Board of Directors’ is pleased to welcome new management at the Gespe’gewaq Mi’gmaq Resource Council offices. Marsha Vicaire, a Listuguj Mi’gmaq, began her duties on April 20, 2015. As a Ph.D. candidate, Mrs. Vicaire brings a wealth of both education and program experience to the organization. In addition, she brings to the GMRC team a robust research acumen as they usher in a new era of growth in aquatic resource and ocean management.

Fish Friends

by Jessica Gideon