Stacie Kalyn

Stacie Kalyn

M.Sc., R.B.Tech.


Stacie has over 14 years of environmental and research experience as a biologist. She specializes in biophysical assessments and wildlife studies, including breeding bird and wildlife inventories, fisheries and aquatic health assessments, and the development of surface water quality programs. She has worked with a number of Indigenous communities in western and northern Canada including British Columbia, Alberta, and the Northwest Territories in the areas of environmental management and land use planning; species at risk management; regulatory agency liaison; and conducting Traditional Ecological Knowledge / Traditional Land Use studies.

Stacie obtained her Master’s of Science degree in 2014, where her thesis focused on the impacts of oceanographic change within Hecate Strait to the reproductive success of a species of threatened seabird in Haida Gwaii.

Taking Care of the Lands for Future Generations - S.A.Y Lands, BC

Since 2022 Dillon and S.A.Y. Lands have been collaborating on initiatives that contribute towards SAY Lands’ ultimate goal to build environmental experience and improve their ability to care for the land for future generations.Read More
South Fraser River Crossing Upgrade - Richmond, BC

South Fraser River Crossing Upgrade - Richmond, BC

Terasen Gas is the largest natural gas distribution utility in British Columbia, serving ~840,000 customers on the mainland. Terasen’s South Fraser River crossing upgrade project involved the construction of twin 1.4 km long, 508 mm (20”) and 610 mm (24”) pipes underneath the South Arm of the Fraser River using horizontal directional drilling (HDD) technology. The project was subject to review by several regulatory bodies including Fisheries and Oceans Canada, BC Oil and Gas Commission, Port Metro Vancouver, Transport Canada, the Agricultural Land Commission and the British Columbia Utilities Commission. 

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Fish under water

Fisheries Act | Fish and Fish Habitat Protection Program

On June 21st, 2019 the new Fisheries Act received royal assent and became law. On August 28th, 2019 Fisheries and Oceans Canada (DFO) updated their...Read More