Northern Canada


With offices in Yellowknife, NWT and Whitehorse, Yukon, DPRA has been serving northern clients for over 20 years. Our experience comes from living and working in a northern environment, allowing us to better understand and respond to our clients’ needs and expectations.

Through work with First Nations, Inuit and Métis communities and public and private sector clients in Nunavut, Yukon and the Northwest Territories, our team members have worked in fields ranging from health to oil and gas/utilities to mining. Many of our projects have involved travel to communities across all three territories (click here for an illustrated map).



DPRA’s Yukon office has worked with territorial / federal governments and First Nations in the Yukon on a range of projects, including:


Terriplan Consultants has been serving clients for more than 20 years out of Yellowknife as a registered northern company in the NWT. Part of DPRA Canada since 2001, as of August 2011 the Yellowknife office is operating under the DPRA name.

DPRA has provided a broad range of services to many federal and territorial departments in the Northwest Territories, regulatory boards, and many First Nations and regional Aboriginal organizations.

Examples of recent projects conducted by DPRA for clients in the NWT include:

  • NWT Board Training Course and Materials – MVLWB Orientation Course
  • Indian and Northern Affairs Canada – NWT Cumulative Impact Monitoring Program (CIMP) and Audit Research and Facilitation Services
  • INAC-Pipeline Readiness Office – Preparations for Joint Review Panel Hearing on Socio-Economic & Sustainability Issues
  • Department of Fisheries and Oceans – Support for the Finalization and Implementation of the Integrated Ocean Management Plan for the Beaufort Sea
  • Environment Canada – Arctic Wastewater Workshop
  • Environment Canada, Northern Ecosystem Initiative – Issue Scan: Impacts of Development in Canada’s North
  • Environment Canada / Indian and Northern Affairs Canada (INAC) – Development and Implementation of an NWT-Wide Environmental Stewardship Framework
  • GNWT – Coordination of Implementation Planning for Devolution
  • GNWT – Department of Education, Culture and Employment – Review of Adult Literacy and Basic Education
  • GNWT – Municipal and Community Affairs – Community Funding Formula
  • GNWT – Human Resources Public Service Strategic Plan
  • NWT Workers’ Safety and Compensation Commission (WSCC) – Partnership Evaluation
  • NWT Housing Corporation – Operational Review and Redesign
  • Government of the Northwest Territories, Department Environment and Natural Resources – Operational Review
  • GNWT, Department of Health and Social Services – Pan-Territorial Medical Travel Programs Evaluations
  • Government of the Northwest Territories (Department Environment and Natural Resources) and Indian and Northern Affairs Canada (NWT Region) – NWT Water Stewardship Strategy
  • Environmental Monitoring Advisory Board (EMAB) – Water Quality Monitoring Workshop
  • Joint Secretariat for the Inuvialuit Resource Management Committees – BSStRPA Social, Cultural and Economic Impact Assessment Workshop
  • NWT Geoscience Office – GoMap Mapping Tool
  • Northern Gas Project Secretariat (NGPS) – Information Management System (IMS) in Support of the Mackenzie Gas Project (MGP) and Mapping of all MGP Regulatory Processes
  • Tulita District Steering Committee – Mackenzie Gas Project Investment Fund


DPRA has a long history of working in Nunavut with many federal and territorial government departments and Institutions of Public Government.

We have completed many successful projects for clients in Nunavut, including:


DPRA has provided consulting services in the north for over 20 years. We understand northern challenges and have an enviable reputation for excellent service. This reputation has been earned by working hard to understand clients’ needs and by using a collaborative approach to project planning and delivery.