We are excited to announce three (3) upcoming BC First Nations Forestry Workforce Career Fairs and invite you to join us.
We are preparing to interact with hundreds of attendees with a focus on Skills, Training, Education and Employment in the Forestry Sector and hope you will be able to join us at following dates and locations:
|Nanaimo, B.C||February 20th, 2019: Coast Bastion Hotel|
ASETS Partner: Shuswap Nation Tribal Council (SNTC)
|February 27th, 2019: Coast Kamloops Hotel & Conference Centre|
|North Vancouver, B.C
ASETS Partner: Aboriginal Community Career
Employment Services Society (ACCESS)
|March 12th, 2019: Pinnacle Hotel at the Pier|
The Career Fairs are organized in partnership with these ASETS Partners Shuswap Nation Tribal Council and Aboriginal Community Career Employment Services Society which will be advertising to maximize attendance, visibility and engagement of potential Forestry students and employees.
The Career Fairs aim to include representatives of the following organizations and businesses:
- Forest Industry: Businesses & Organizations
- Forestry Programs: Academic Institutions
- Forestry Training Providers
- Business Development & Loan Agencies
- Wellness, Health & Safety Service Providers
Please complete the attached registration form and return completed form to firstname.lastname@example.org to secure an exhibitor table.
Registration deadline dates:
1) Nanaimo Forestry Career Fair – February 11th, 2019
2) Kamloops Forestry Career Fair – February 15th, 2019
3) North Vancouver Forestry Career Fair – March 1st, 2019
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As the designated business entity for the LNIB, the development corporation priorities are wealth creation, employment opportunities, and economic community development while committing to the stewardship of its resources in a manner that provides lasting value for future generations.
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Culture, Safety & Environment.
Core Values and Principles:
– Accountability & Strong Governance
– Judicious Risk
– Community involvement
– Diversification of local economy
– Provision of fair living wages
Safe Nations Safe Opportunities
First Nation Safety Conference will be held at Sheraton Vancouver Airport Hotel and Conference Center on September 14th and 15th 2017. Please join us at our two days event with keynote address by Senator Murray Sinclair will feature a variety of workshops and networking opportunities for First Nation Leader, Administrators, Economic Development Managers, Business Owners and Workers interested in learning more about the many systems and programs available to support safe economic development opportunities for all.
Senator Murray Sinclair will deliver keynote address.
For full conference brochure and registration please visit www.fnsc-bc.ca
A recent Aboriginal Business Match event in Nanaimo led to an instant connection between Jennifer Wiegele and Cori Maedel, the CEO of Vancouver-based human resources consulting firm Jouta Performance Group.
They discovered an issue that had them equally concerned: their observation of an increase in unions targeting First Nations businesses.
Read the full article published in Business In Vancouver.
We are proud to announce that three of our lawyers have each been selected by their peers for inclusion in the 2017 Edition of The Best Lawyers in Canada:
- Rob Miller in the areas of Aboriginal law and Natural Resources law;
- Jim Titerle in the area of Environmental law; and
- Jana McLean in the area of Environmental law.
It is an honour to be part of one of the oldest and most respected peer-review publications in the legal industry.
On November 29, 2016, the federal government announced its decisions on three controversial pipeline projects. Ottawa has approved the Kinder Morgan Trans Mountain Pipeline Expansion Project (TMX) and the Enbridge Line 3 Expansion project (Line 3), while rejecting Enbridge’s Northern Gateway pipeline (Northern Gateway). The Prime Minister also announced the Canadian government’s intention to develop and implement legislation to ban crude-oil tanker traffic off of Canada’s Northwest Coast.
This information is forwarded on behalf of Patricia Bell, Clinical Practice Consultant, Home and Community Care, First Nations Health Authority.
Jurisprudence for LPNs – time is running out
On April 4, 2016, we informed 3436 LPNs that they need to complete CLPNBC’s Jurisprudence exam this year. To be eligible to renew their registration for 2017, these LPNs need to complete the Jurisprudence exam by October 31, 2016.
October 15-16 2016 at Shulus Hall
30 seats available for female and male youth 13+ years.
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