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Corey Kinsella

Technical Advisor, Physical Sciences and Traditional Lands

from Curve Lake First Nation

graduate of the Earth Resources Technician program from Fleming College

Spirit Statement

I am proud to call Curve Lake First Nation home, and come from a line of proud anishinaabeg kwewag. Being brought up in the village has provided me the true meaning of ‘community’ and the values associated with it.

As a young boy I have always been fascinated with how the earth works, from geologic formations, to the directions in which rivers flow. This curiosity I believe lead me to pursue education and ultimately a career in earth sciences. The importance of taking care of mother earth was instilled in us indigenous children at an early age, and I continue to incorporate that into my career by participating in programs that offset or improve habitat for flora and fauna in close proximity to resource extractions.

I am proud to join the CIPS team and display my passion for the environment in my work..

Corporate Highlights

Relevant Experience = 10+ Years

--  Graduate from the Earth Sciences Program, Fleming College --

-- Natural resources Corey’s experience includes; exploration, mine planning,
stakeholder engagement/ First Nations consultation, assaying, mill processing, sampling, project management, species at risk conservation, environmental assessments and permitting  --

 


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