Barrage
 

Monitoring of developed
spawning grounds Rupert River and Reaches

  • Verify the efficiency of the spawning grounds developed for the Eastmain 1-A and Rupert diversion project.
  • Carry out the fall monitoring of the spawning ground for the lake trout to verify their physical integrity (ex.: depth, substrate, ow, etc.)
  • Verify the use of the natural and developed spawning grounds.
  • Establish an environmental follow-up committee in order to ensure the participation of Cree communities in the development and implementation of the spawning grounds monitoring programmes.

Made by Waska Ressources

Year(s)
2017-2018
Client(s)
Hydro-Québec
Partner(s)
  • WSP
Jobs

Total: 3 600 hours

Aboriginals: 2 880 hours

(80% of total hours)

Scope
$168,000
Localization
Eeyou Istchee Baie-James, Nord-du-Québec

Sorting of samples by Cree personnel at Nemiscau camp

Lifting of drift nets on the spawning ground located downstream of Nemiscau-1 release structure