EDI Environmental Dynamics Inc. is dedicated to sharing knowledge about the environment. Since 2015, EDI staff have been instructing courses on behalf of the University of Northern British Columbia (UNBC) on topics such as environmental monitoring, land reclamation, and electrofishing. … Read More
Cathy Mackay, Chief Operating Officer at EDI Environmental Dynamics Inc., was proud to present the Prince George Chamber of Commerce Environmental Leadership Award to Pacific Western Brewing at the 2019 Business Excellence Awards. The awards ceremony was held on Friday, … Read More
EDI Environmental Dynamics Inc. is actively supporting the Canadian Cancer Society’s new Peace of Mind Campaign. The goal of the campaign is to reduce the nightly fee at the Kordyban Lodge in Prince George from $54 to $20 per guest. The Lodge was built for people in northern BC who need a place to live during their cancer treatments, which take place next door at the Centre for the North.
September 2019 marks the 25th year that EDI Environmental Dynamics Inc. has been in business. What does it take to reach a corporate milestone like that? “Preparation, patience, trust and seizing opportunities. That’s what has kept us going and growing … Read More
Over the past two decades, EDI Environmental Dynamics Inc. has collaborated with Indigenous communities across western and northern Canada to build better projects and create lasting relationships. The Teslin Tlingit Council (TTC), with help from EDI, is trying to restore the Chinook salmon population in Deadman Creek, a tributary of Teslin Lake in southern Yukon.