Four Rivers

Four Rivers is the Matawa First Nations Environmental Services Group. We provide information and resources to help the Matawa First Nations make informed decisions about the management of their natural resources.

The Matawa First Nations traditional territories are in the northern boreal region of Ontario’s far north, geographically located northeast of Thunder Bay. Our remote lands support some of the world’s most unique and scenic ecosystems; including forests, wildlife, tundra, wetlands, river systems and lakes. 

The conservation and sustainability of these land and water resources is vital to our peoples' way of life and future well-being.

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Employment Opportunities

Posted by scockerton on October 28, 2013

Matawa First Nations Management is seeking candidates for two positions within the Four Rivers department.  Applicants should submit resume and cover letters to Matawa for the Environmental Projects & Training Officer and Projects & Environmental Assessment Officer positions by November 28, 2013.

 

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File Sharing Network

The resource sharing network is a place for communities to access resources regarding environmental services. Here you can find assets including GIS Maps. Members only.

 

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Employment Opportunities

Posted by scockerton on October 28, 2013

Matawa First Nations Management is seeking candidates for two positions within the Four Rivers department.  Applicants should submit resume and cover letters to Matawa for the Environmental Projects & Training Officer and Projects & Environmental Assessment Officer positions by November 28, 2013.

 

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Welcome Samantha Krause

Posted by scockerton on December 11, 2012

Four Rivers is pleased to welcome Samantha Krause to the team.  Sam is a recent graduate from the University of Nothern British Columbia (UNBC) in Prince George, BC.  Sam will be filling the position of Research Assistant within the Four Rivers department. 

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