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March 31, National Indigenous Languages Day, is a time to celebrate and recognize enduring Indigenous languages. Project Learning Tree Canada’s (PLT Canada) A Guide to Green Jobs in Canada: Voices of Indigenous Professionals has been translated into Anishinaabemowen, and the Plains Cree translation is coming out soon. “It’s important to…
Blaze Head, a high school student and member of the Opaskwayak Cree Nation (OCN), organized a virtual family ice fishing derby on Saskatchewan River from Umpherville to BigEddy. OCN Community members can fish on their own time between March 15–21 and send in a recorded video for the chance to…
Project Learning Tree Canada (PLT Canada) recently launched its Green Mentor Program – 2021 National Cohort in celebration of National Mentoring Month. In the next decade, one-third of the forest sector’s workforce is set to retire. Mentorship can help inspire and recruit the next generation of forest and conservation leaders.…
Screen grab from Laura Trout’s “A Day in the Life” video for PLT Canada. The West Fraser senior biologist has been a part of major fish habitat restoration programs and collaborations in Alberta since 2014. West Fraser, an SFI-certified organization and Project Learning Tree Canada (PLT Canada) Green Jobs employer,…
As a young woman just starting on her career path, Sky Jarvis wasn’t sure if she and her Green Mentor Ken Price, who has 25 years of experience, were a good match. But talking about their mutual love of fly fishing broke the ice and helped establish their mentorship relationship.…
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