The Petitcodiac River Award is presented yearly by Petitcodiac Riverkeeper to recognize individuals, businesses, groups or government agencies that have made a significant contribution towards protecting, promoting or restoring the Petitcodiac River ecosystem.
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Amirault in Dieppe for its education project on the Petitcodiac River
Environment Canada’s Office of Enforcement for the Atlantic Region, in Halifax, for its investigative work in resolving two long outstanding toxic discharge cases affecting Jonathan Creek (the former Moncton riverside landfill) and Humphreys Brook (textile mill effluent discharges)
The arts community as a whole, for its generosity and long-standing commitment to the cause of restoring free-flow to the Petitcodiac River
Province of New Brunswick for their work in carrying out and overseeing the
Environmental Impact Assessment (EIA) for removal of the Petitcodiac River causeway
Mascaret Newspaper for its press coverage of watershed issues and promotion of the social and cultural values of the Petitcodiac River.
Peter Etheridge for his leadership in establishing the Fundy Biosphere Reserve, an initiative where communities, policy makers, resource managers and scientists work cooperatively to achieve a greater degree of sustainability between human development and ecosystem health.
L’école Le Mascaret and local artist Reg Noël for their project titled “Mon école, ma fierté” including a 33-panel mural of the Petitcodiac River made from copper
Marc ”Chops” Arsenault received the 2009 Petitcodiac River Award for his outstanding work producing the two music compilations for the Petitcodiac river: Pet-kout-koy-ek Songs for a river in 1996 and PETITCODIAC in 2009.
Victore Leblanc, fisherman from Belliveau Village for his perseverance for the last 40 years following the construction of the causeway. LeBlanc never stopped believing that one day the fish would come back and that the river would be restored.