2014-2016:

  • Facilities Optimization Program (FOP) Award from Concordia University

2014-2016:

  • Matching funds for the above mention FOP from the “Reindeer Herder’s Association of Finland”

2014-2017:

  • Research Grant from the Zoo of Granby: Concordia-Granby Zoo Initiative in Ecology, Conservation and Welfare of Captive Wildlife

2013-2017:

  • Discovery Grant (Natural Sciences and Engineering Research Council of Canada): 2006-2011 for the project: Testing mating systems theory in a polygynous model system: the reindeer/caribou (Rangifer tarandus)

2013-2014:

  • Research Grant from the Zoo of Granby: Red Panda Project – Activity Budget and Zoo Visitor Effects

2011-2013:

  • Government of Newfoundland and Labrador; Department of Natural Resources (Centre for Forest Science and Innovation)

2008-2010:

  • FQRNT Etablissement de nouveaux chercheurs, for the project: Fecal hormones as a non-invasive population monitoring and management method for woodland caribou

2008-2009:

  • Facilities Optimization Program Award from Concordia University

2006-2011:

  • Discovery Grant (Natural Sciences and Engineering Research Council of Canada): 2006-2011 for the project: The ecology of reproduction in reindeer/caribou (Rangifer tarandus) – implications for population dynamics

2007:

  • Guest researcher travel grant from the Norwegian University of Life Science for my 2007 reindeer field season in Finland and Norway
  • Population Ecology of Large herbivores, Start-up grant, Concordia University (2007-2009)
  • Concordia University Faculty Research Development Program award (2007-2009)

2006:

  • Travel grant from the Norway-Canada Bilateral Program, Norwegian Research Council (budget ~ 18000 $), together with Dr Oystein Holand (Norwegian University of Life Sciences) and Dr Steeve Côté (Université Laval).

2003 – 2005:

  • Two years postdoctoral fellowship from the Norwegian Research Council

2003:

  • Mobility grant (~11000 $) from the Norwegian University of Life Sciences (miljøforsk) to visit UK and France (with Dr Geir Steinheim) to discuss the initiation an international research proposal on climate and European ungulates.