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Wednesday, November 13 • 8:00am - 11:45am
Symposium - Oceans Research in Canada Alliance – Ocean Science & Policy Symposium

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Organized by: The Oceans Research in Canada Alliance

The Oceans Research in Canada Alliance (ORCA) is a community of experts whose goal is to advance the coordination of ocean science and technology in Canada through collaborative, cross-sectoral, efforts. One challenge being addressed by this community is how to bridge the science-policy gap on key ocean issues. Given the magnitude of changes occurring in our oceans, cutting-edge Canadian ocean science has an essential role to play in informing our public policies and regulations in every domain from coastal resilience to public health. Join us and help to identify innovative and collaborative solutions to maximize the uptake of ocean science in Canadian public policy.

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David J. Scott

President and CEO, Polar Knowledge Canada
Dr. David J. Scott is the President and Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of Polar Knowledge Canada. He joined the organization as Executive Director of the former Canadian Polar Commission in March 2012, and co-led the recent merger of the Canadian Polar Commission with the Canadian... Read More →

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Jeff Stockhausen

Jeff Stockhausen has spent over 20 years supporting Canada's Ocean Technology sector, working in pure research, industrial R&D, design, production, product management, operational field work, business development, technical sales, marketing, and senior management. He has been involved... Read More →
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Kim Juniper

Chief Scientist, Executive, Ocean Networks Canada
Dr. Juniper has been a Professor in the School of Earth and Ocean Sciences and the Department of Biology at the University of Victoria, and holder of the BC Leadership Chair in Ocean Ecosystems and Global Change since 2006. He came to UVic from the Université du Québec à Montréal... Read More →
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Catherine Lambert Koizumi

Growing up in the Laurentians in Quebec, Catherine cultivated a strong interest in wildlife and nature conservation. Her academic background includes a bachelor degree in Biological Sciences (2001, Université du Québec à Montréal), a master degree in Natural Resources Management... Read More →
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P.J. Akeeagok

Qikiqtani Inuit Association President
P.J. Akeeagok was first elected president of the Qikiqtani Inuit Association in 2014. Originally from Canada's most northern community, Grise Fiord, Akeeagok has devoted his career to representing Inuit in Nunavut. Prior to becoming QIA's president, Akeeagok served in numerous roles... Read More →

Laurent Jonart

Project Manager, Tallurutiup Imanga National Marine Conservation Area, Nunavut Field Unit, Parks Canada Agency

Wednesday November 13, 2019 8:00am - 11:45am EST
Confederation Ballroom