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Archaeology, Cultural & Natural Heritage

blstDST presents a unique blend of capabilities with widespread experience in effectively identifying the heritage needs in regards to government, mining, developers, and community groups. Natural heritage refers to features and areas such as: wetlands; coastal wetlands; fish habitat; woodlands; valley lands; habitat of endangered and threatened species; wildlife habitat; and areas of natural and scientific interest. DST uses sound scientific theories and methods to identify natural heritage systems. Reliable data analyzed by our experts and a thorough understanding of the planning area and ecological concepts contribute to a sound methodology for natural heritage system development. Archaeological assessment and investigations of cultural and heritage resources including traditional ecological knowledge are required for an Environmental Assessment. DST collaborates with archaeological and heritage resource specialists to ensure the completion of these studies in a timely manner and in accordance with provincial and federal regulations.

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DST Heads Up North for the Nunavut Mining Symposiu...

Iqaluit, Nunavut is a central hub for the northern territories in Canada. Each spring this small but vibrant northern city fills up with visitors flocking to the Nunavut Mining Symposium…


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RBC Future Launch Program at DST Thunder Bay

Over the past year, in partnership with Lakehead University and RBC, Amanda Sauermann, Senior Marketing Specialist at DST Consulting Engineers Inc, has had a placement student under the Future Launch…


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Nanticoke Stack Demolition: 2 stacks, 650 ft, 10 s...

On Wednesday, February 28th, the Nanticoke, Ontario skyline was changed forever as the two 650 ft stacks at the Nanticoke OPG plant were toppled by a controlled explosive blast.  After…


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DST @ 2018 Insurance Institute Cambrian Shield Cha...

The DST Consulting Engineers team in Sudbury were happy to participate in the 2018 Insurance Institute Cambrian Shield Chapter Sudbury Curling Bonspiel. This annual bonspiel supports The Infant Food Bank…


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“The Making of the Super CHRO”

DST Director of Corporate Services Philip Wilson examines the qualities of a ‘ super ‘ CHRO. What critical elements define a ‘super’ Chief Human Resources Officer (CHRO)?  And, what role…


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Our qualified blasting engineers design more than just rock-cuts and mines. They take down structures! Reinforced concrete buildings, smokestacks, steel tanks…

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