Our next online Diversity and Inclusion session will be on Wednesday July 21. The topic: Economic Reconciliation, from a local-government perspective. Here’s where to register.
August 23-25, the rescheduled Canada Gas and LNG Conference in Vancouver. Our Alliance chair, Crystal Smith, and CEO Karen Ogen-Toews are on its governing body.
Here are some events set for, or related to, Sept. 30, the National Day of Truth and Reconciliation and Orange Shirt Day: http://ow.ly/lzLc50Gc7BM Know of more events that we might list? Please let us know at email@example.com
Coming up Sept. 22: Our fourth Outreach session will introduce you to, and discuss, our new Guide to Benefit Agreements. It’s a tool designed to help First Nations sort through the ins and outs and 16 critical issues around Benefit Agreements, and build understanding of them. Speakers will be Dr. Priya Bala-Miller of Palmyra Partners ...
CHANGED DATE: Next outreach session: Women in trades. On Wednesday Nov. 2, our fifth Outreach session will discuss Women in the Trades. Are women getting the opportunity to enter trades and build careers? And the help they need? (This date has been changed from Oct. 27.) https://www.fnlngalliance.com/2021/09/29/outreach-session-women-in-the-trades/
Join us and our speakers on Wednesday Nov. 3, noon to 1:15PM PDT, for a discussion of women in the trades, related to LNG and pipeline development. What’s the picture? What’s working? What changes are needed? On our panel: Hope Regimbald, LNG Canada; Paula Smith, Your Place training for women; Bonnie George, Coastal GasLink; and ...
On Wednesday Nov. 24, our next Outreach session will look at the progress of LNG projects in BC. It will run online from noon to 1:15pm PST. Speakers include our Alliance chair, Chief Councillor Crystal Smith of the Haisla Nation, and Tony Brady of CedarLNG, the Haisla Nation's own planned LNG project. Register here: ow.ly/w8SH50GILtR ...
Coming up Jan. 26, our next online Outreach session. Join us from 11:45am to 1 pm PST via http://ow.ly/1jL450HEPZM
Do join us Wednesday Feb. 23 as experts discuss how First Nations, and others, monitor the environmental impact of LNG and associated pipeline developments. The session will run from 11:45am to 1pm PST, and you can register here: https://bit.ly/3oAaXe4 Check out our panelists in the poster below. . . .
Our next Outreach session is on Wednesday March 23. The topic: safe and inclusive work spaces. As ever, it will run from 11:45 am PDT to 1 pm, and you can register here: https://bit.ly/3oAaXe4.