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My experience as a PLT Canada representative at the 2020 Forests Ontario Conference

March 17, 2020

By Amy Hall, PLT Canada Green Jobs Youth, Grand Bend, ON Being a youth at the starting line of your career can be daunting at times. Even if you know the direction you are headed in, trying to figure out the correct sequence of steps can be confusing. As a…

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Bright futures at Indspire’s 2020 Soaring event

March 16, 2020

By Maria Chiarella, PLT Canada Youth Network Coordinator As PLT Canada’s Youth Network Coordinator, I get to attend events where I engage with youth and help them learn about opportunities in the forest and conservation sector and what it takes to get into those fields. I love talking to them,…

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Project Learning Tree Canada supports federal government plans to invest in youth employment – urges action to further address barriers as well as career pathway needs of youth

March 03, 2020

Kathy Abusow, President and CEO of Project Learning Tree Canada (PLT Canada), released the following statement in response to Prime Minister Justin Trudeau’s announcement this morning of funding through the Youth Employment and Skills Strategy: “Project Learning Tree Canada applauds the federal government for investing $492 million in addressing barriers…

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2019 Annual Report highlights successful year for PLT Canada

March 02, 2020

We are thrilled to release our 2019 Annual Report, which highlights many of our successes over the past 12 months. Among our many accomplishments, we have placed over 2,000 youth into Green Jobs since 2018, thanks in part to funding by the Government of Canada and employers across the Sustainable…

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New online course on preventing and managing invasive species

February 29, 2020

A new online training course is now available from the Invasive Species Council of BC. The new course is designed to increase students’ knowledge of forest management through an invasive species lens. It focuses on invasive species impacts, traits and vectors. Students will also learn best management practices for prevention…

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