Community Vitality Monitoring Partnership

CVMP is an initiative to assess the social well being and quality of life of residents of Northern Saskatchewan impacted by uranium mining. Our goal is to identify and track indicators that provide insight in community vitality such that people can use that knowledge to improve and maintain the quality of life in Northern Saskatchewan.

Community Vitality Monitoring Partnership

CVMP is an initiative to assess the social well being and quality of life of residents of Northern Saskatchewan impacted by uranium mining. Our goal is to identify and track indicators that provide insight in community vitality such that people can use that knowledge to improve and maintain the quality of life in Northern Saskatchewan.

Community Vitality Monitoring Partnership

CVMP is an initiative to assess the social well being and quality of life of residents of Northern Saskatchewan impacted by uranium mining. Our goal is to identify and track indicators that provide insight in community vitality such that people can use that knowledge to improve and maintain the quality of life in Northern Saskatchewan.

Community Vitality Monitoring Partnership

CVMP is an initiative to assess the social well being and quality of life of residents of Northern Saskatchewan impacted by uranium mining. Our goal is to identify and track indicators that provide insight in community vitality such that people can use that knowledge to improve and maintain the quality of life in Northern Saskatchewan.

Committee

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Dr. James Irvine (Chair)

Population Health Unit / Northern Regional Health Authorities

Dr. James Irvine has lived and worked in northern Saskatchewan since 1981, first as a family physician, then as the Director of University of Saskatchewan’s Northern Medical Services during its start-up years and since 1985 as northern Saskatchewan’s Medical Health Officer. James works in the Population Health Unit with the three northern health authorities: Mamawetan Churchill River and Keewatin Yatthe Health Regions and Athabasca Health Authority. James is a specialist in Public Health and Preventive Medicine, a Professor Emeritus with the University of Saskatchewan’s Department of Family Medicine and an Associate Member of the Department of Community Health and Epidemiology and the School of Public Health.

Tammy Van Lambalgen; SaskPower Board Member

Tammy Van Lambalgen

Vice President Regulatory, CSR and Legal, AREVA Resources Canada Inc.

Tammy Van Lambalgen is Vice President Regulatory, CSR and Legal at AREVA Resources Canada Inc. She obtained a Bachelor of Arts degree in 1990 and Bachelor of Laws degree in 1993, both from the University of Saskatchewan. Following graduation, she worked in Calgary for 10 years as a solicitor and as in-house counsel for Shell Canada. In 2003 Ms. Van Lambalgen returned to Saskatoon, joining AREVA Resources Canada as Manager, Legal. In 2008 she was promoted of Vice-President, Regulatory Affairs and General Counsel and in 2014 her position was expanded to include Corporate Social Responsibility.
Ms. Van Lambalgen is on the Board of Directors of AREVA Resources Canada, the Saskatchewan Mining Association and SaskPower. She has also been active in her community service on the Saskatoon Chamber of Commerce, her community association board and the Saskatoon Adult Soccer Association.

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Carolanne Inglis-McQuay

Senior Advisor, Corporate Social Responsibility, AREVA Resources Canada Inc.

Carolanne Inglis-McQuay obtained a Bachelor of Arts degree in the area of Northern Canadian Development at the University of Calgary in 2004. Following graduation, she and her husband moved to Cambridge Bay, Nunavut, where she worked for an Inuit Institution of Public Government, the Nunavut Impact Review Board facilitating environmental assessments for small and large-scale development projects, such as the first modern gold mine in Nunavut. During this time she developed a love for fishing, the arctic tundra, and working for northern Canadian Aboriginal communities. Ms. Inglis-McQuay came to Saskatoon to work for AREVA in the area of Regulatory and Legal Affairs in early January 2008, and moved into the field of CSR in December 2011.

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Darrel Burnouf

Manager, Business Development & Northern Affairs, Cameco Corporation

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Scott Boyes

Community-Industry Liaison officer, Ministry of Government Relations

Based in La Ronge, Scott Boyes is the Community-Industry Liaison officer with the Saskatchewan government (First Nations and Métis Relations). With an extensive background in communications – both private and public sectors – Scott works to broaden northern knowledge of the mining industry, and in turn assist industry in gaining an informed northern perspective on mining operations. His role is to further mutual understanding of each others’ needs and expectations among all parties involved in northern mining, and to support dialogue surrounding the sustainable development of northern resources for everyone’s benefit.

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Darren Thomas

Environmental Quality Committee Manager, Ministry of Government Relations

Darren is currently the Northern Saskatchewan Environmental Quality Committee Manager with the Government of Saskatchewan (Northern Engagement Branch) based in La Ronge. Darren has worked with Aboriginal and northern communities across Canada – from BC to Quebec to Nunavut – on such diverse projects as northern housing gap analyses, to studying winter road and seasonal access issues, to focusing on climate change and promoting local adaptation planning. Before coming to La Ronge, Darren was an Aboriginal Relationships Specialist with Environment with Forestry Branch and Fire Management. Darren has worked with northern communities on forestry management issues and extensively with northern Saskatchewan community wildland fire crews.

Originally from the Saulteaux First Nation, Darren grew up in the Prince Albert area, as well as the Meadow Lake and the North Battleford regions. Darren holds a Masters Degree in Natural Resources Management from the University of Manitoba.