Tim Anderson, B.Sc.,
Fisheries Biologist
 

Tim Anderson has had over 35 years experience in various aspects of fisheries in Newfoundland and Labrador. From a freshwater perspective he has extensive experience in all aspects of salmonid research and, in 1985, he published ‘The Rivers of Labrador’ a 389 page Special Publication of the Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences. As a fish habitat manager with the Department of Fisheries and Oceans he initiated the development of a freshwater and marine habitat inventory. Also with the Department of Fisheries and Oceans he oversaw the implementation of the Oceans Program in Newfoundland and Labrador. Key milestones in the program included designation of two Marine Protected Areas, establishment of a Marine Environmental Quality Program and identification of Large Oceans Management Areas. Following retirement from the Department of Fisheries and Oceans in 2006 he has worked as an Independent Consultant on a wide range of projects involving fish and fish habitat in Newfoundland and Labrador. In both 2007 and 2008 he was employed directly by Sikumiut Environmental Management Ltd. to undertake both freshwater and marine investigations related to the proposed development of uranium by Aurora Energy Resources Inc. in northern Labrador.


Bobbi Boland, MSW

Bobbie's area of expertise is in social science arena. Bobbie offers skills and knowledge in the areas of gender analysis, social and economic monitoring, research, training, evaluation and facilitation of processes for large and small groups. Bobbie is a social worker and mediator who has worked as a consultant for the past 15 years with a varied client group including community groups and all levels of government.
 


Everett G. Fancey, M. Eng., P Eng.
Engineering Manager
 

Everett has over 40 years engineering experience spanning a variety of fields from heavy industry, consulting, research and development to education. Everett brings a multi-disciplined (engineering/scientific/mathematical) understanding to any project. Highlighting his work at Sikumiut has been his work with the Pontoon Crossings for VALE, a mobile bridging system which allows snow mobile traffic to cross over the open track behind the ice breaking ore carrier. This system won the PEG-NL Environmental Award for 2013. Immediately prior to joining Sikumiut, Everett managed a college education department with a work force of approximately 100 engineers, technologists, technicians, and scientists from a variety of disciplines. Everett is also prime patentee on worldwide patents granted for his hook and baiting system designs developed for the longline cod fishing industry.