New Executive Director

We are pleased to inform you of the arrival of a new Executive Director to the Board’s Secretariat: Patrick Léveillée-Perreault, an experienced forest engineer, has joined the team on Monday, October 19, 2020.

You can reach Mr. Léveillée-Perreault at the contact information below:


Patrick Léveillée-Perreault, ing. f.

Directeur exécutif/Executive Director

Cree-Québec Forestry Board

2875, boulevard Laurier, Édifice Le Delta 1

11th Floor, Suite 1180

Québec (Québec)  G1V 2M2

Tél. : 418-528-0004

Téléc : 418-528-0005

Couriel : patrick.perreault@ccqf-cqfb.ca

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Job offer

Contextual setting:
The Cree‐Québec Forestry Board (CQFB) is primarily responsible for monitoring, analyzing and evaluating the implementation of the forestry component of the Paix des Braves Agreement. As part of its follow‐up activities, the CQFB has selected to conduct a wildlife habitat quality assessment project from an Aboriginal perspective
and a biological habitat analysis. The overall objective of this evaluation is to estimate the effectiveness of the provisions of the Adapted Forestry Regime to maintain or improve the habitat of wildlife species of importance to the Crees, 15 years after the signing of the Paix des Braves. The project will focus on two specific issues: the
assessment of sites of special interest to the Cree (25%) as well as the quality of Moose habitat considered as a target species for the Crees.
The approach chosen for this assessment is based on case studies. The project will be carried out in 2 phases :
the first phase of the project, which the Board wishes to put forward following the hiring of the project leader, will focus on 2 Cree traplines. A second phase should follow. At the end of the project, it is expected that aboutten cases should be evaluated.
Job : Project Leader
Project : Wildlife habitats quality Assessment from an Aboriginal perspective and a biological habitat
Job description:
The incumbent is responsible for developing and implementing the first phase of the project, in accordance with the orientations given by the steering committee of the project and the Board Management. In particular, he is responsible for organizing, contributing and coordinating activities related to the implementation of the
various stages of the project, for ensuring effective communication and the collaboration of the various implied stakeholders.
Duration of the 1st phase: 7 months period beginning as soon as possible (preferably from May to October 2018)
Place of employment: In the Nord‐du‐Québec territory
Among his responsibilities, the incumbent:
 Plans, organizes, contributes and monitors the activities and deadlines of the various stages of the project
 Conducts and seeks approval by the steering committee for the detailed planning of the main steps of the project
 Identifies the historical information (reports, data), analyzes the information and draws up a synthesis.
 Participates in the development of the methodology and tools (eg maps, forms, interview questionnaire) related to the collection of data from Cree users of the territory, which are collected through interviews.
 Participates in interviews with Cree users in the territory and gets involved in the compiling and analysis of the outcomes
 Contributes to the structuring and analysis of forest databases relevant to the assessment of the quality
of wildlife habitats concerned
 Ensures the realization of geomatic analyzes
 Establishes professional and technical collaborations with representatives of the Department of Forests,
Wildlife and Parks, Cree communities or the Cree Nation Government.
 If necessary, estimates and contributes to the identification of the complementary technical and professional resources required for carrying out the project and collaborates with them
 Participates in the analysis, validation and communication of the information obtained
 Keeps the Board’s management as well as the Steering Committee informed of the progress of the project
 Periodically reports and produces a final report
 Ensures effective communication between all the participants involved in the project

Training and experience:
Masters or PhD in one of the following fields: forestry, biology, wildlife management, environment, social science, anthropology or a related field. Holder of a BA degree with relevant experience could be considered.

Knowledge in forest and/or wildlife management
Knowledge in geomatics and database processing (ArcGis)
Competencies in organizing and conducting interviews
Knowledge of the Aboriginal community is an asset
Work organization and coordination skills
Great analytical capacity
Research experience and writing skills
Comfortable in both spoken and written communication
Bilingual (French and English)

Competitive salary and benefits

Submit your application by sending your resume and letter of interest to

Deadline to apply: May 3rd, 2018

Only selected candidates for the interview will be contacted.

Should you need more details about this job offer, please contact Marie Gosselin by email : marie.gosselin@ccqf‐cqfb.ca or by phone: 418‐528‐0002.


2015-2020 Sustainable Development Action Plan

March 14, 2017

The Cree-Québec Forestry Board is releasing its 2015-2020 Sustainable Development Action Plan

Application of the sustainable development principles goes hand-in-hand with the Board’s activities. Reconciling environmental protection, compliance with social values and economic development are at the very heart of the Board’s mission.

The organization will pursue its commitments in this regard in 2015-2020.

2015-2020 Sustainable Development Action Plan