Québec Invasive Species Council
PRINTABLE CONTACTS for each province/territory (pdf as of November 2015)
Invasive Species Council of British Columbia
Ph: 250-305-1003 or 1-888-933-3722
Through province-wide cooperation and coordination, the Invasive Species Council of BC (ISCBC) is working to minimize the negative ecological, social, and economic impacts caused by the ntroduction, establishment, and spread of invasive species in British Columbia.
Yukon Invasive Species Council
Ph: 857-335 0827
The Yukon Invasive Species Council is a non- profit organisation that deals with invasive species in the Yukon. Committee members come from different governments, industry, and the public. Together they are working to address the threats posed by invasive species through prevention, early detection and rapid response (EDRR), control and management, research and education.
Alberta Invasive Species Council
The AISC fosters awareness and understanding of invasive species and encourages action to help detect, prevent, and manage invasive species. It fosters and facilitate partnerships and dialogue between organizations and stakeholders, and serves as a source of credible information and resources on invasive plants in Alberta.
Saskatchewan Invasive Species Council
The Saskatchewan Invasive Species Council (SISC) enables collaboration and works in partnership to guard Saskatchewan against invasive alien invaders by providing leadership, knowledge, and expertise as well as a forum to engage, enable, and empower citizens to take action on invasive species issues.
Ontario Invasive Plant Council
Ph: 705-748-6324 ext. 243
The Ontario Invasive Plant Council (OIPC) is a non-proft, multi-agency organization that facilitates a coordinated response to the threat of invasive plants by providing leadership, expertise, and a forum to educate, motivate, and empower organizations and citizens in Ontario.
Québec Invasive Species Council
The Québec Invasive Species Council (QISC) is a nonprofit organization that raises awareness and understanding of invasive species. The QICS supports IS early detection, prevention and management initiatives. The Council promotes networking and coordination of many organizations involved in IAS issues and biodiversity protection.
New Brunswick Invasive Species Council
The New Brunswick Invasive Species Council vision is to work together to ensure New Brunswick’s environment, economy, and social interests are protected through the prevention, early detection, and education and awareness of invasive alien species through management practices in order to control and eradicate further spread of invasive alien species.
Prince Edward Island Invasive Species Council
The Prince Edward Island Invasive Species Council, a non-government, not-for-profit organization, is dedicated to protection and management of natural areas on P.E.I.
Government of the Northwest Territories
The Department of Environment and Natural Resources promotes and supports the management and sustainable use of enewable resources, the protection and conservation of the environment and wildlife, including the management of invasive alien species, for the social and economic beneft of all present and future residents of the Northwest Territories.
Province of Nova Scotia
Memorial University of Newfoundland Botanical Garden
Memorial University of Newfoundland Botanical Garden Inc., as part of the University’s inclusive community, is a not-for-proft corporation that creates and inspires understanding, appreciation and conservation of plants in gardens and natural areas to further Memorial’s mission of research, education and outreach.