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Business & Economic Development Expo Agenda

Come out and join us to learn about opportunities in the clean energy market, participate in workshops detailing jobs and skills training in Moricetown, starting your own business, and hear from local Moricetown entrepreneurs! There is going to be a variety of family...

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Recent Jobs

Project Construction Manager

Overview The Moricetown Band Economic Development Department in cooperation with the Band is undergoing a RV Park and Campground Revitalization Project. We are seeking an onsite Project Construction Manager to provide the following: ● oversee the work for quality...

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Tourism Website Developer

The Moricetown Band Economic Development Committee is seeking requests for proposals to develop a tourism website. The tourism website must meet the market-ready specifications of Aboriginal Tourism BC; it must have online booking capabilities for the RV Park and...

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Youth Construction On-Site Supervisor

Overview The Moricetown Band Economic Development Committee is revitalizing the RV Park and Campground this season and is in need of an on-site Supervisor for the youth labourers. The successful candidate should have construction knowledge and supervisory experience,...

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Here's Witsuwit'en Wednesday Episode 13, featuring Hereditary Chief Tse'kot (Ron Austin). We recorded this at an all-day reconciliation session on Monday, and the phrase, "we are all together," is ver...

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Just a gentle reminder to all KWES students: please be on time for your bus! Drivers can't wait for you.

One thing that might help: what about exchanging cell phone numbers with your bus driver?
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This week on In These Mountains, part two of the Madii Lii conversation with my new friend, Clyde. His story has a surprising twist, where the activism focus is less on protecting the land and the water, and more on determination to rise above a lifetime of social injustices.

Visit www.smithersradio.com and navigate to In These Mountains anytime to hear the podcast. Or, tune into CICK 93.9 FM in Smithers, either today at noon or tomorrow at 9 AM to hear the broadcast.
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