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Tse’K’Wa field school uncovers several artifacts

NENAS is proud to support the National Tse’K’Wa Historic Site. Original Article on EnergeticCity.ca by Spencer Hall May 29, 2022 CHARLIE LAKE, B.C. – The University of Northern BC-led archeological field school at the National Tse’K’Wa Historic Site has uncovered several artifacts over the last three and a half weeks. Executive director of the Tse’K’Wa …

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Meet Fort St. John’s 2021 community award winners

Meet Fort St. John’s 2021 community award winners Apr 29, 2021 10:40 PM By: Dillon Giancola PreviousNext1 / 9 The Covid-19 Seniors Task Force, named the Mayor’s 2021 Citizens of the Year.suppliedExpandPrevious Fort St. John held its annual community awards online Thursday night, highlighting acts of kindness through the COVID-19 pandemic. Here are the winners: Mayor’s Citizen of the Year The Covid-19 Seniors …

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Walks to remember: Honouring murdered and missing indigenous women

Residents in Fort St. John joined thousands across Canada on Wednesday to walk in memory and raise awareness of murdered and missing indigenous women. May 6, 2021 9:49 AM By: Tom Summer Alaska Highway News Connie Greyeyes was among several who showed up at Kin Park to show their support, and said she walks in memory of her …

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Blueberry students complete pipeline training

Training was hosted by Mastec Canada, which provided funding and expert instructors, alongside Enbridge. Mar 3, 2021 12:38 PM By: Tom Summer | Alaska Highway News A group of indigenous students completed their 10-day pre-employment pipeline training program last week, courtesy of Buick Oilfield Services Ltd. and NENAS. Training was hosted by Mastec Canada, which provided funding and …

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NENAS and NLC providing training for frontline workers

NENAS and NLC providing training for frontline workers Grads will help with COVID vaccine rollout for elders Mar 17, 2021 1:28 PM By: Tom Summer | Alaska Highway News Twelve indigenous students are set to graduate March 26 from Northern Light College’s Supportive Care Assistant Program, qualifying to work as front line workers. The program was created in …

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