Camosun College and BCIT Offers Full Scholarship To Indigenous Students For Marine Program

2021-11-23T22:42:56+00:00

The Bridge Watch Rating program is designed to provide students with the skills, training and certifications to become qualified for a career at sea. Shown above: Richard Watts, a recent graduate of the Bridge Watch Rating Program, steering a vessel. Supported by Transport Canada and OPP (Oceans Protection Plan), and via a partnership with BCIT, the Bridge Watch Rating program is offered by Camosun College. The program equips students with the Transport Canada certifications needed to become employed as a deckhand for almost any type of sea-faring vessel. Employers seeking staff with the Bridge Watch Rating program qualification [...]

Camosun College and BCIT Offers Full Scholarship To Indigenous Students For Marine Program2021-11-23T22:42:56+00:00

Sidney Island Ecological Restoration Project Fall Planting Event

2021-10-22T21:40:39+00:00

Sidney Island Ecological Restoration Project: Fall Planting Event in the Park Reserve Participate in planting native and culturally significant plants on Sidney Island, to restore the forest understory and support future Indigenous harvesting in the park reserve. Thursday October 28th, 9am-4pm, Friday October 29th, 9am-4pm Saturday October 30th, 9am-4pm Learn more MORE OPPORTUNITIES

Sidney Island Ecological Restoration Project Fall Planting Event2021-10-22T21:40:39+00:00

UVic is hiring an Indigenous Research Administrative Assistant

2021-10-20T22:00:31+00:00

ABOUT THIS OPPORTUNITY Parks Canada is hiring for several positions. Learn more below: Manager of Park Operations (permanent full time) CUPE Local 2011 Parks Worker  (permanent full time) CUPE Local 2011 Parks Mapping Coordinator (permanent full time) CUPE Local 2011 Arborist (temporary full time)  CUPE Local 2011 Manager of Urban Forestry and Natural Areas (permanent full time) exempt Learn more MORE OPPORTUNITIES

UVic is hiring an Indigenous Research Administrative Assistant2021-10-20T22:00:31+00:00

District of Saanich Is Hiring For Several Positions

2021-10-21T16:27:03+00:00

ABOUT THIS OPPORTUNITY Parks Canada is hiring for several positions. Learn more below: Manager of Park Operations (permanent full time) CUPE Local 2011 Parks Worker  (permanent full time) CUPE Local 2011 Parks Mapping Coordinator (permanent full time) CUPE Local 2011 Arborist (temporary full time)  CUPE Local 2011 Manager of Urban Forestry and Natural Areas (permanent full time) exempt MORE OPPORTUNITIES

District of Saanich Is Hiring For Several Positions2021-10-21T16:27:03+00:00

Get PAL & CORE Certified This Month

2021-10-18T19:37:32+00:00

This month, the WLC is hosting Conservation and Outdoor Recreation Education (CORE) training and Possession and Acquisition (PAL) training. CORE is Saturday the 23rd and Sunday the 24th from 8:30-4:30 PAL is Saturday the the 30th and Sunday the 31st from 8:30-4:30 To register, email: eric.pelkey@wsanec.com directly. An honorarium will be provided for those that attend. MORE OPPORTUNITIES

Get PAL & CORE Certified This Month2021-10-18T19:37:32+00:00

Circles for Reconciliation is Hiring An Indigenous Community Recruiter and Event Coordinator

2021-10-15T17:47:03+00:00

ABOUT THIS OPPORTUNITY Circles for Reconciliation is a non-profit, grassroots community project that seeks to promote truth and reconciliation between Indigenous and non-Indigenous people in Canada. They are hiring an Indigenous Community Recruiter and Event Coordinator. Learn More MORE OPPORTUNITIES

Circles for Reconciliation is Hiring An Indigenous Community Recruiter and Event Coordinator2021-10-15T17:47:03+00:00

You’re Invited To A Clam Garden Conversation

2021-10-15T17:26:23+00:00

The Clam Garden Network Steering Committee invites you to register for the third event in "Digging into Clam Conversations," an online series in 2021- 2022 to explore the resurgence of ancestral clam management practices. The event "Exploring the Ecological Role of Ancestral Clam Gardens" will be a panel discussion taking place October 15th, from 10 am-noon.  Our panel will share ecological insights they have learned from studying clam gardens spanning Heiltsuk, Kwakwaka'wakw, and Coast Salish territory. This panel will feature Christine Roberts, an archaeologist from Wei Wai Kum First Nation, archaeologist Dana Lepofsky, and marine ecologist  Anne Salomon, both from Simon Fraser University. At this event, we will [...]

You’re Invited To A Clam Garden Conversation2021-10-15T17:26:23+00:00
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