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Introduction goes here.
On January 1, 2011, in the presence of Corrine McKay (NLG HR) and the community of Gitwinksihlkw (at the closing of YTC), we did the draw for the prizes.
1st place: - Trip for two to Vancouver won by Shannon Haldane of Prince Rupert.
2nd place :- Apple IPAD won by Terri White of Prince Rupert.
Congratulations to them both! And a special thanks to everyone who promoted and participated in the Individual Labour Market Survey!
Sally Nyce, Labour Market Project Coordinator.
During the Special Assembly, all those who took time to be interviewed had their name entered to WIN a DIGITAL CAMERA. The winner was Brent Stephens.
Everyone who is interviewed for the Labour Market Survey will be entered in a draw to win airfare for 2 to Vancouver, 2 nights at the Rosedale on Robson and 2 tickets to the Vancouver/Calary Flames game on January 22, 2011.
Second prize is an iPad.
The draw will be made in mid-November.
An interview only takes about 15 minutes.
Do not hesitate to call LMP Coordinator for more information @ (250) 633 3018. Watch for a Community Meeting to be held in your Village / Local.
Date(s) and Time(s):
Tue Oct 26 5:00 pm - 7:00 pm
This meeting will introduce the Labour Market Research Study and invite you to participate in addressing some major questions:
- What are your community employment and economic goals?
- What are your community's strengths, weaknesses, opportunities and threats related to the economy, health and employment.
This information will help you to prepare for both short and long term opportunites in the workforce and also be of value to your governments and other organizations/businesses that are employers.
The meeting will be held at the Nisga'a Hall. Doors open at 4:30. Supper will be served.
Bring a friend or two.
The Aboriginal Health and Community Administration Program is an award-winning certificate program designed for people with an interest in working with Aboriginal communities and who want to increase their capacity to deliver services, coordinate programs, and promote the health of their people. The program is delivered over ten months of online content, with five weekend residencies on the UBC Vancouver campus. The instructors in the program are of Aboriginal heritage, meaning that the program is taught from an Indigenous perspective and with the ideals and traditions of Indigenous education in mind.
The requirements are Grade 12, and an interest in/experience with Aboriginal Health and community administration.
Please note that the application deadline is Friday, October 15, 2010.
Please feel free to contact Kerrie Charnley at 604-822-1795 or by email at email@example.com if you have any questions about the program.