Fisheries and Oceans Canada (DFO)
Alice Cheung is pleased to participate in the IAMC on behalf of Fisheries and Oceans Canada (DFO). Her federal government experience spans 22 years, beginning with Environment Canada and Climate Change prior to joining DFO in 2007. Over the two decades, she has occupied both technical and management capacities in areas including freshwater/marine environmental studies, management of contribution agreements, fisheries resource management, treaty negotiations, and working with industry stakeholders as well as BC First Nations. Her current role is as the Acting Director, TMX Regulatory Review and Engagement responsible for overseeing regulatory reviews required under the fisheries protection provision of the Fisheries Actfor the TMX project, two of the accommodation measures (Aquatic Habitat Restoration Fund and the Terrestrial Cumulative Effects Initiatives), and advancing Canada Energy Regulator Recommendations 5&6 related to underwater noise management. Prior to joining the federal government, Alice worked in the area of environmental consultation. She completed a degree from the University of British Columbia with an emphasis on biology and environmental management.