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THE GREEN RIDE TAKES A DETOUR TO WHITECOURT ALBERTA

June 14, 2019

Looking for ways to add extra kilometres to an 8,750 km cross-Canada trip might not seem like a great idea but Green Riders Zac and Nick Wagman were excited to go out of their way to visit Whitecourt, Alberta. “When Millar Western invited us to take a detour to Whitecourt…

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Social Media Toolkit For Sponsors And Employers

June 10, 2019

Check out these messages and other social media tips that make it easy to celebrate Green Jobs and encourage Zac as he bikes across the country on PLT Canada’s Green Ride for Green Jobs. We encourage you to use some of this messaging along with your own photos, and to…

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Green Job spotlight: Gabby Higney, Forest Technology graduate

June 04, 2019

Gabby Higney is on a mission to make a positive difference in the world. Her drive comes from her love of nature, her experience as a forestry summer student with West Fraser, and her education — she recently graduated from the Forest Technology program at the Northern Alberta Institute of…

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Project Learning Tree Canada applauds updated federal government strategy to address barriers to youth employment

June 03, 2019

Streamlined federal program will ensure Canadian youth are supported and empowered in finding meaningful employment in diverse sectors. Project Learning Tree Canada (PLT Canada) applauds the federal government for modernizing and streamlining its Youth Employment and Skills Strategy (YESS) program to better meet the needs of young people seeking jobs…

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Park picnic recognizes local youth and employers

May 31, 2019

Prince George, B.C. — A picnic was held today at Lheidli T’enneh Memorial Park to recognize local youth and employers involved in Project Learning Tree Canada (PLT Canada)’s Green Jobs program. About 30 youth and employers participated in the event from a variety of local forestry companies and parks services,…

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