Caroline Burgess

Managing Director

I am an environmental planner with 23 years’ experience in public and indigenous consultation, environmental assessment and regional planning. I provide consulting services primarily to Indigenous communities and organizations to foster positive relationships between Indigenous people, governments and industry.  I strongly believe that all Canadians have a role to play in creating a future where Indigenous and other Canadians are reconciled. Through my work, I hope that this reconciliation process is honoured. To date, I’ve served many First Nations communities primarily in northern Ontario in building management capacity in strategic natural resource management and environmental assessment... 

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Katherine Card

Senior Research & Operations Manager

I have over 8 years of experience as an environmental and socio-economic practitioner in various sectors including pipelines, oil and gas, and flood management. After graduating with an Honours Bachelor of Arts in Geography and Environmental Studies from McMaster University, I went on to earn a Master of Natural Resources Management from the University of Manitoba. I am a certified Environmental Professional and a member of the International Association for Impact Assessment...

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Delta Rey Flood

Indigenous Land Use Technical Coordinator

Delta is an accomplished indigenous land use and knowledge study coordinator, trainer and technical reviewer with 3 years of experience working for First Nations communities. Delta is an Anishinaabe Kwe (Ojibway woman) from Matachewan First Nation in Ontario. She has worked as an Environmental Coordinator and Lands & Resources Coordinator for her First Nation from 2014 – 2016. During that time she was responsible for coordinating traditional land use studies for the Energy East Pipeline Project...

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Bethany Haalboom

Senior Research & Planning Associate

In June 2018, I was thrilled to become a member of the Odonaterra team as a Senior Research & Planning Associate. Having worked with local communities, Indigenous communities and rights organizations, as well as environmental committees for the past 15 years, I wanted to be able to apply my research skills, as well as contribute to the right kind of company-a company working in a progressive way, that prioritizes community needs, visions, and capacity-building. Odonaterra fit that bill.

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Randy Restoule

Indigenous Lands & Consultation Specialist

I am a member of Dokis First Nation and bring 8 years of experience working for my First Nation in a broad range of areas including community consultation, economic development, fisheries and species at risk monitoring, environmental assessment, geographic information systems, and forestry planning. My work is grounded by my Anishnawbe culture, my reverence for my ancestors, and my active use of my traditional territory. In addition to my role at Odonaterra, I will be working in partnership with Nipissing University on historical research in relation to the Robinson-Huron Treaty (1850) and assisting with the repatriation of indigenous artifacts.