FNNBOA's 2022 webinars - for January and February - have had some date changes

Hello, and Happy New Year!

There are four FNNBOA-led webinars remaining for the 2021-2022 season.

Note that the dates and topics may have changed:

* January 13, 2022 - Insulation

(https://fnnboa.us2.list-manage.com/track/click?u=3d09f465f9f96a4834fae7cb5&id=f0a9d89a02&e=9b5c0950cd)

* January 20, 2022 - Attic Ventilation

(https://fnnboa.us2.list-manage.com/track/click?u=3d09f465f9f96a4834fae7cb5&id=0bb4d57274&e=9b5c0950cd)

* January 27, 2022 - Inspection Tools & Equipment

(https://fnnboa.us2.list-manage.com/track/click?u=3d09f465f9f96a4834fae7cb5&id=6ecdc2d980&e=9b5c0950cd)

* February 2022 - National Energy Code for Buildings in First Nations

(https://fnnboa.us2.list-manage.com/track/click?u=3d09f465f9f96a4834fae7cb5&id=9c6b2c6995&e=9b5c0950cd)

(final date TBD)

The changes

Insulation replaces the Roof Construction session which was not possible at this time. We have moved the Attic Ventilation session to January 20^th.  We have moved the Inspection tools to January 27. The webinar on National Energy Code for Building in First Nations will be in February, final date to be determined.

What do you need to do?

* If you registered for any of the above sessions, you are still registered. The webinar team will follow up with you with any materials/info prior to the event.
* If you registered for Roof Construction, you will be automatically signed up for the Insulation session.
* If you haven't registered for any of the remaining sessions, you can register here: https://fnnboa.us2.list-manage.com/track/click?u=3d09f465f9f96a4834fae7cb5&id=bac7d0d868&e=9b5c0950cd

Please complete your evaluation

If you attended any of the previous sessions between March and November 2021, you have received an evaluation form from us. We'd really appreciate, if you haven't sent in your evaluation yet, if you could please complete your evaluation. This will help us plan for the 2022-2023 sessions.

Also, a special thank you to Indigenous Services Canada for sponsoring these webinars - to date we've had almost 250 attendees.

Thank you for your time,

The FNNBOA team

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