contact us

Use the form on the right to contact us.

You can edit the text in this area, and change where the contact form on the right submits to, by entering edit mode using the modes on the bottom right.

W Georgia St
Vancouver, BC

Zoetica Environmental Research Services is a full spectrum environmental consulting firm, with in-house expertise in Terrestrial Sciences, Environmental Impact Assessment, Biostatistics, Land Use, Toxicology, and TK. Zoetica also consists of ZoeticaNet Associates in Aquatic and Fisheries Sciences, Engineering, Statistics, Planning, Mapping, Social Scientists (the Human Environment), and Legal Information Providers (Aboriginal and Environmental Lawyers) . When you hire Zoetica on a project, you get the added bonus of having your project hosted on and being provided free access to the ZoeticaNet system and online boardroom. This new project management system allows you, and us, to work together on joint documents, track the progress of your project, assign tasks and milestones, and to access expert feedback and advice, and to share information in real-time. Over 249 senior-level scientists at the forefront of their disciplines are now signed up with the ZoeticaNet system, giving us ease of access to the leading experts in over 28 disciplines. Zoetica also enables you to solicit answers from the leading experts across disciplines from the comfort of your own home via the ZOETICANET question and answer system. 



Back to All Events

Aboriginal people and justice: how can it be achieved?

Lecture by Larry Railton

Aboriginal people have suffered a great amount of injustice in Canada. There is often talk about fixing this injustice, but what would society look like if we all took this seriously? How can we achieve this just society, and do it in a way that is both fair and responsive to existing cultures? How can we move forward in a way that addresses past injustice and works to allow Aboriginal people to flourish in the future?


Larry Railton is Métis of Cree and Welsh descent. He is currently the Manager of Services for Aboriginal Students at Langara College. His primary interest is in education, early years, through post secondary, keeping in mind the impact of culture, Elder, community support, and lifelong learning. Larry volunteers his time on local and national committees and boards, and coordinates an international project, Preserving Indigenous Cultures, with the World Forum Foundation Indigenous People’s Action Group. A former graduate of Langara, Larry holds a Master of Leadership and Training from Royal Roads University.  First Peoples: A Guide for Newcomers is a very useful (and accessible) document for getting background information.