Entries by clabillois

Salmon viruses, bacteria surveyed in Eastern Canada for first time

This plamu study would not have been possible without the contribution of Listuguj Fishers and the Listuguj Fisheries Science Team. This research project was a collaborative effort between GMRC, Listuguj Fisheries, ASF and researchers based in British Columbia, Newfoundland and Quebec. Analysis of tissue samples from 150 Atlantic salmon has given scientists a first look […]

Researching Striped bass

Have you ever wondered if Striped bass are overwintering in the freshwater habitats? Research work is being conducted to determine this very question.  Click here to learn more about the E-DNA research. E-DNA-reduced for web

Job Posting

GMRC is looking for an enthusiastic project manager to plan and manage a habitat restoration project on three species of concern (ie. Atlantic salmon, Atlantic sturgeon and American eel) in the Restigouche watershed and its estuary. The successful candidate will oversee the contribution agreement, run GIS-based models, plan and carry out restoration activities, complete reports, […]

Sunrise ceremony to honour Plamu

The Gespe’gewaq Mi’gmaq Resource Council is hosting a sunrise ceremony to honour our relationship with Atlantic Salmon. The ceremony will be held on Friday, June 21st starting at 5 am. We invite you to gather at the old wharf in Cross Point as we honour our relationship with salmon. We have always had a strong […]

On June 11th in 1981, an armed force of approximately 500 Quebec Provincial Police, fisheries officers, and game wardens, launched a violent raid on the community of Listuguj. The community remembers this pivotal point in their history, GMRC is launching the first of a series of Story Maps. Our story map,  “Plamu, Salmon and the […]