Indigenous Direct Action Explodes in Canada - Again
Frank Busch Book Review"...The strong narrative voice of Painted Turtle Man peels the layers of society off in small but explosive revelations.
Kitimat Youth Obtain ITA Trade Sampler from ICT
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"Walcan creates seafood products that keep consumers coming back for more. Our product specialties include fresh commercially caught wild salmon, retort salmon, salmon roe, BC spot prawns and bait and food grade herring."
With less stringent PHO rules can contractors still keep their workers and communities safe?
Darlene Chevrier was working as an administrator and dispatcher when she was offered the Director of Housing job at Timiskaming First Nation in Quebec over ten years ago. Her prior management and administrative experience and training were helpful in the job, but at the time, she really knew very little about housing. In 2016 she was afforded an opportunity to enroll in the Housing Management Program at CÉGEP Garneau. One of the first to participate in that program, she found it a challenge, but with the help and encouragement of her instructors and classmates, she successfully completed the program.
Says Chevrier, “When you go into housing, you definitely need education to succeed and the courses available now through the FNHPA fill that void.
In recent years, a new priority in fire protection has emerged in British Columbia (B.C.). "Structure protection trailer units have been put in service by the Columbia Shuswap Regional District (CSRD) and other jurisdictions. Structure Protection Unit are used to protect homes, commercial buildings and all structures threatened by Wildland fires," said Jake Jacobson of Wildwood Resources Ltd. in Salmon Arm, B.C..
BCTS Elides COVID-19 Cost Clauses From Planting Contracts
Bidding is, in part, betting on the future. As the tree planting sector heads into its fall competitive tournament for next year’s reforestation projects it looks like contractors will still be dealing with the pandemic in 2022. With two years of COVID-19 experience already, there is reason to be confident. Our compliance with health protocols and best practices have kept the sector mostly infection-free so far. But the virus remains prevalent and unpredictable.
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