Claire McAuley

Senior Scientist

Calgary

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Claire McAuley is a Senior Scientist with Intrinsik Corp.  She has over 30 years of experience spanning project management, risk assessment and environmental engineering.  Claire has completed numerous traditional food studies with First Nations, specific to contaminants and food, water and vegetation quality and has provided technical reviews on a variety of environmental and human health risk assessment projects and analytical programs specific to environmental contaminants.

Claire is currently working in risk communication including the implications of development on traditional food security.  She has been integral in providing community and stakeholder consultation for the communication of project results and has facilitated the involvement of First Nations clients in the decision-making process for environmental issues associated with industrial developments.

Experience Highlights

  • Project Manager since 2005 for the multi-disciplinary Genesee-Wabamun Biomonitoring Project on behalf of TransAlta and Capital Power, providing both technical and project management direction and interacting, as required, with the regulatory agencies including (planning, scheduling, controlling (including direction, organization, technical review and support) and reporting of all activities required to meet the special environmental monitoring programs required under the Regulatory Approval for the Genesee Expansion Project, the TransAlta Keephills facility and the Capital Power Corporation Genesee facility).
  • Co-recipient, with a number of First Nations, of funding under Health Canada’s National and Regional First Nations Environmental Contaminant Programs (2009 – 2018) completing traditional food quality studies (game, fish and plants) with the Wolastoqey Nation in New Brunswick, Swan River First Nation, Driftpile First Nation, Sucker Creek First Nation, the Cold Lake First Nations and the Industry Relations Corporation of the Chipewyan Prairie Déné First Nation.
  • Co-recipient, with the Nisga’a Fisheries and Wildlife Department, of a grant from the BC First Nations Health Authority Environmental Contaminants Program to investigate Steller Sea Lion tissue quality (2018).
  • Project Manager for Traditional Food Quality Studies (2005, 2010,  2013 and 2017) for the Chipewyan Prairie Déné First Nation (CPDFN).
  • Included in the Indigenous Health Researchers Database for the National Collaborating Centre for Indigenous Health (NCCIH) (2019).
  • Recognized researcher with the First Nations Environmental Health Innovation Network (FNEHIN) (2013).
  • Led and participated in numerous human health risk assessment projects throughout Western Canada that cross a variety of industrial sectors, including: power generation; petroleum production; waste management, and mining.
  • Conducts peer-reviews for Traditional Food Studies and risk assessments for First Nation, industry and private sector clients.
  • Worked for 15 years in the oil and gas, and waste management industries in a regulatory and environmental advisory role and started her career as a production engineer.

Associated Publications

Education

  • M.Sc., Environmental Health, University of Alberta, Edmonton, Alberta
  • M.Eng., Environmental Engineering, University of Calgary, Calgary, Alberta
  • B.A.Sc., Chemical Engineering, University of British Columbia, Vancouver, British Columbia

Professional Affiliations

  • The Association of Professional Engineers, Geologists and Geophysicists of Alberta

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