Our business units

To fulfill its mission at an optimal level, the MUWBR founded two business units. MU Conseils offers consulting services to any type of business, while the Uapishka Station is a research and ecotourism station located in the backcountry. Revenues from these two subsidiaries are reinvested in the profit-building component of the MUWBR through community projects in various areas of activity, such as international mobility, local pride-building and knowledge dissemination.

Mu Conseils

Business Consultants

MU Conseils is a consulting agency that advises any type of organization seeking to innovate how they “work together” by offering top-notch consulting services.

Ground breaking Strategic Planning</p>
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Ground breaking Strategic Planning


Consulting services provided to strengthen a vision, achieve bold actions or build commitment
Participative Strategies</p>
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Participative Strategies


Collaborative process design, public consultation organization, partnership development and Indigenous outreach
Social Acceptability</p>
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Social Acceptability


Project integration analysis, community relationship strategies, sustainable development performance management, partnerships and Indigenous outreach

Uapishka Station

Scientific research and ecotourism Station

Co-founded by the MUWBR and the Conseil des Innus de Pessamit, the Uapishka Station is a unique venue in our backcountry to launch initiatives in order to gain knowledge and discover the land.

Outdoor Experience & Aboriginal Tourism</p>
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Outdoor Experience & Aboriginal Tourism


Guided explorations on the Groulx Mountains and across the “Oeil du Québec” (Manicouagan Reservoir), Indigenous workshops, sports and leisure activities
Accommodation and food service</p>
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Accommodation and food service


Innovative, energy-efficient lodge, prospectors’ camps, cabins, dormitories, camping
Research Support</p>
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Research Support


Fully equipped scientific facilities to attract the presence of researchers and northern studies