Noel Boucher, B.Sc. (Env)

Senior Fisheries Biologist

Fisheries, Ecology, Environmental Permitting


    B. Sc., Environmental Science, University of Guelph

Training and Certifications

    MTO/DFO/OMNRF Fisheries Protocol Training

Noel Boucher is a Senior Fisheries Biologist who specializes in the design and implementation of fisheries studies, fish and fish habitat impact assessment and related permitting for a wide range of project types in the infrastructure, land development, and energy sectors. He has provided fisheries input to support environmental assessments, environmental impact studies, watershed and subwatershed planning studies, permitting and approvals, constraints assessments, and post-construction studies. Noel has provided fisheries support to permitting for a range of coastal projects including shoreline erosion protection works and infrastructure outfalls.

Noel has experience with numerous fisheries assessment protocols and techniques, as well as agency expectations regarding fisheries studies in various development sectors. Noel is experienced with the assessment and permitting requirements for aquatic species at risk including Redside Dace, Silver Shiner, American Eel, and Lake Sturgeon.