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DPRA Canada supports organizations across the country with our suite of professional services. We have worked with the following communities and areas:

Our clients include:

Public Sector
  • Federal Government departments and agencies, including Atomic Energy Canada Limited: Low-Level Radioactive Waste Management Office, CanNor (Canadian Northern Economic Development Agency), the Canada-Nunavut Geoscience Office, Environment Canada, Fisheries and Oceans Canada, Indigenous and Northern Affairs Canada (Headquarters, regional offices), Health Canada, Health Council of Canada, Mental Health Commission of Canada, Natural Resources Canada, Northern Gas Project Secretariat, Parks Canada, the Public Health Agency of Canada, Public Works and Government Services Canada, Transport Canada, Yukon Federal Council, Nunavut Federal Council
  • Territorial Government departments and agencies in Nunavut, the Northwest Territories, and Yukon, including those with responsibilities for community and government services, health and social services, economic development, education, environment/natural resources, housing, justice, land management
  • Provincial Governments and agencies in Ontario, British Columbia and Manitoba
  • Municipal Governments in Ontario, British Columbia, and the Northwest Territories
Indigenous Organizations

Indigenous organizations in all three territories, Ontario, Manitoba and British Columbia:

  • Regional Indigenous Governments
  • First Nations
  • Indigenous Health Organizations
  • Inuit organizations
Private Sector
  • Mining proponents in all three territories, Ontario, and British Columbia
  • Energy companies involved in oil and gas, renewable sources such as wind, solar and hydroelectric
  • Waste management bodies, including the Nuclear Waste Management Organization, federal departments/agencies with responsibilities for contaminated sites, and private sector companies
Crown Corporations with mandates related to waste management, contaminated sites, transportation, and energy
Institutions of Public Government and Resource / Co-Management Bodies such as the Nunavut Planning Commission
Regulators such as the National Energy Board
DPRA Canada has a number of standing offer /vendor of record agreements and supply arrangements with federal, territorial and provincial governments/agencies that provide contracting mechanisms for projects in various streams or service areas.