Green Action Centre welcomes two new staff!!


First Nations Waste Minimization has gained two new Community Pathfinders! Please join us in welcoming to the team…


Haven Saunders

Growing up in Norway House Manitoba, Haven‘s interest in assisting communities began while working at the Assembly of Manitoba Chiefs. Before his time at AMC, Haven attended the University of Manitoba and graduated with his Bachelor of Arts degree in Native Studies with a minor in Geography. His experience working with communities in researching COVID-19 funding assistance programs or helping with company planned events has provided him with a passion for learning and helping others. In his spare time he enjoys playing video games, spending time with family and watching hockey.

Harrison Briand

Harrison is an environmental educator passionate about creating programming for underserved communities. He has a degree in Environmental Studies with a Minor in Geography from Carleton University, and a Technical Diploma in Water and Wastewater Management from Algonquin College. After completion of his studies, Harrison spent two years living on a First Nations Reserve in Northern Ontario delivering experiential environmental programming to youth. It was this experience that fostered his interest in Indigenous allyship and programming that supports capacity building. Harrison has also spent time living in Costa Rica working with endangered sea turtles, and has tree planted in BC for the past three summers.

In his free time Harrison is an avid rock climber and traveler. He loves going on road trips with his dog, and is excited about his newest venture- a tiny home build with his partner.