Chisasibi, Eastmain, Mistissini, Nemaska, Oujé-Bougoumou, Waskaganish, Waswanipi, Wemindji, Whapmagoostui

Understand, share, create

The Eastmain-1-A/Sarcelle powerhouse and Rupert diversion project testifies to the determination to build harmonious relations with the Cree communities. Sharing between cultures has enriched exchanges and led to a project that reflects a dynamic vision focused on future generations. We invite you to explore this project and find out about some of the people who contributed to its success.

The team of the Eastmain-1-A/Sarcelle/Rupert project

October 1, 2017

Longnose sucker, an important indicator

In the estuary and mouth of the Rupert, a team assesses the impact on small wildlife of the decrease in organic carbon input following the partial diversion of the Rupert. Based on catches from net fishing, the team studies the growth and diet of the longnose sucker, which feeds mainly on invertebrates living at the bottom of the river.

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