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Looking for drivers, admin, dock assistants and more! KEY RESPONSIBILITIES: Oversee the safe and detail oriented dispensing of fuel in private, commercial and industrial settings Deal with customers in a polite and efficient manner Daily maintenance of electronic logs and load specific paperwork Daily, weekly and monthly inspections as required Flexibility of duties and shifts Active attention to health and ... Read More »

ISPARC (Indigenous Sport, Physical Activity & Recreation Council) is Hiring!

Regional Sport and Physical Activity Coordinator – Northwest Region The mission of the Indigenous Sport, Physical Activity and Recreation Council (I·SPARC) is to improve the health outcomes of Indigenous people across British Columbia by supporting and encouraging physically active communities. The programs delivered by I·SPARC are designed to build capacity and increase access to sport, recreation and physical activity in ... Read More »

Contract Procurement Manager

Position:: Contract Procurement Manager Company Name:: Haisla Nation Council Address:: Haisla PO Box 1101 Kitamaat Village, British Columbia V0T 2B0 Canada. Email :: humanresources@haisla.ca Phone:: (250) 639-9361 For more details click here::  Contract-Procurement-Manager Read More »

Mining industry facing labour crunch

The Canadian mining sector may be in the midst of a downturn, but a new report suggests the industry is facing labour crunch. The Mining Industry Human Resources Council says that for every job vacancy in mining, there are fewer than three potential job seekers in Canada. For all other industries the number of potential job seekers is six. Senior ... Read More »

New evidence in Lakeland Mills inquest

A coroner’s inquest into a deadly blast at a Prince George, BC, sawmill will hear evidence from an investigation ordered by the facility’s lawyers. The BC Coroners Service says the post-explosion probe was done by a forensic engineering firm on behalf of Lakeland Mills and was recently revealed during witness questioning. Coroner Lisa Lapointe asked the mill’s lawyers last week ... Read More »

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