Register for the 44th Annual CEN Conference on February 14, 15, 16, 2024 at the Pavillon Alphonse-Desjardins of Laval University! Save the dates!More details
Serge Payette receives the Grand Sage award from the FRQNT for his contributions to plant ecology, including his 4 volumes on the northern flora.More details
In the September's Info-CEN: new CEN staff member, CEN networks internationally, a German research team at Lake Wiyâshâkimî station, new articles by our members and media coverage of our members.More details
The CEN is a research centre based at Université Laval, managing an extensive network of infrastructures stretching from the boreal to the Canadian High Arctic. Thanks to the Fonds québécois de recherche Nature et Technologies (FRQNT), CEN is a strategic inter-university and multidisciplinary group working in partnership with northern communities and public and private organizations to promote sustainable development in the North.
Qaujisarvik ('place of study' in Inuktitut) is a network of research stations managed by the CEN. With this network, CEN fulfills its mission to provide unparalleled access to the North for the scientific and educational communities.More details
SILA ('climate' in Inuktitut) is a network of 110 permanent observatories for climate and environmental change in the North, operated by CEN. The network extends over 3500 km, between Quebec City and Ward Hunt Island, Nunavut.More details
Due to the increasing amount of data generated by CEN's work, and the growing demand for access to it, CEN has created the Nordicana D collection, an open-access platform for Nordic climate and environmental data.More details
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