Jay Dixon finishes top three for Provincial leadership award

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“I believe it’s all of our responsibility for our schools to provide quality education,” said Dixon. Article by Tyson Whitney, North Island Gazette “North Island Secondary School Principal Jay Dixon was nominated this year for a Premier’s Award for Excellence in Education, under the category of School and District Leadership, ultimately finishing as a runner… Read more »

Our Communities: N’amgis Promoting Training and Education

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The N’amgis First Nation are promoting collaborative training opportunities in their Traditional Territory. Read more on their website about the Fundamentals of Forestry Program the operates in Woss, BC. – home of the N’amgis people. http://www.namgis.bc.ca/wp-content/uploads/2018/10/Fundamentals-of-Forest-Harvesting-Practices-S19-Information-Sessions-Pos….pdf

Port Alice Declares: “We are the Sea Otter Capital of Canada!”

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Port Alice, B.C., 2019 Port Alice has been declared by mayor Kevin Cameron as “Sea Otter Capital of Canada.” Visit www.portalice.ca to find out more about Port Alice, it’s proclamations and everything fantastic about this quirky, beautiful, quiet seaside town! http://portalice.ca/wp-content/uploads/2018-12-12-PROCLAMATION-RE-Sea-Otter-Capital-of-BC.pdf  

Local Dynamo in the Forest Sector: Megan Hanacek

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Port McNeill, B.C. Meet Megan Hanacek, Co-Chair of the Vancouver Island Training and Attraction Society and local dynamo in the forest sector.  Megan’s most recent appointment exemplifies her commitment to community and opportunity. From the North Island Gazette and Vancouver Island Free Daily: “Three new people have been added to the body that helps fund… Read more »