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Climate Caucus Presents: Pathways to Action on a BC Watershed Security Fund

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The need for major investments in B.C.’s watershed security has never been more urgent. Local governments, Indigenous nations, and stewardship groups have long called for increased provincial government support to conserve, protect and restore our shared watersheds.

With its current mandate, the B.C. government is committed to creating a B.C. Watershed Security Fund. Broader public consultations about the Fund are about to be launched.

The webinar will share proposed directions for the Fund from a new paper released by the Sustainable Funding Working Group, an independent group of Indigenous and non-Indigenous experts. It will provide an opportunity for interactive discussion between participants and members of this Working Group on the importance of the Fund and its potential to be a game-changer for watersheds and community health and security into the future.

Participants will come away from this session with new ideas and concrete strategies for how they can get involved in the development of this critically important provincial commitment.

This webinar is part of a broader series designed to spark dialogue and raise awareness about the priority and potential of the Watershed Security Fund, as the provincial government begins its broad consultation processes.

Hear from: Summerland Mayor Toni Boot; Tara Marsden, a member of Gitanyow First Nation; and Tim Morris, project director Project Director for the BC Freshwater Legacy.

Contact

Alex Lidstone
please email
alex@climatecaucus.ca

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Start:
February 25 @ 3:00 pm PST
End:
February 26 @ 5:00 pm PST
Cost:
Free
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Website:
https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/pathways-to-action-on-a-bc-watershed-security-fund-tickets-244461730617

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Online

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Climate Caucus

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ARMA Vancouver provides four Bursary awards each valued up to $500 CAD every year. Two are designated to ARMA members and two are designated for members or employees of First Nations (whether or not they are an ARMA member).

ARMA Vancouver bursaries are intended to provide financial support towards records management education costs such as tuition, certification exams (ICRM & IGP), books, travel expenses, and other education-related costs. The application period runs from September 13 to 27 for 2022.

The ARMA Kelowna Conference is being held from Oct 5-7, 2022, and would be an ideal opportunity for any bursary recipients – plus you can check-out workshop sessions at the conference being led by FNPSS! 

For more information and details on how to apply:  http://ow.ly/VOvI50KQTvt

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Looking to expand your skills in policy development? Register now for the First Nations Public Service Secretariat’s (FNPSS) upcoming Policy Management Training Academy (MTA)! These very popular 3 half-day virtual workshops will explore topics such as the cycle of policy development, risk management, what successful and effective policy looks like and more. For more information and to register, please visit http://ow.ly/iBYh50KIznA 

Spots are limited, and fill up quickly – register now! 

First Nations youth aged 18-29 who are currently working or are interested in working in the areas of policy and administration are also highly encouraged to register for this event. Spots are available for youth at no-cost. For youth registration, please contact info@fnps.ca.

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Looking to expand your skills in policy development? Register now for the First Nations Public Service Secretariat’s (FNPSS) upcoming Policy Management Training Academy (MTA)! These very popular 3 half-day virtual workshops will explore topics such as the cycle of policy development, risk management, what successful and effective policy looks like and more. For more information and to register, please visit ow.ly/iBYh50KIznA

Spots are limited, and fill up quickly – register now!

First Nations youth aged 18-29 who are currently working or are interested in working in the areas of policy and administration are also highly encouraged to register for this event. Spots are available for youth at no-cost. For youth registration, please contact info@fnps.ca.
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Looking to expand your skills in policy development? Register now for the First Nations Public Service Secretariat’s (FNPSS) upcoming Policy Management Training Academy (MTA)! These very popular 3 half-day virtual workshops will explore topics such as the cycle of policy development, risk management, what successful and effective policy looks like and more. For more information and to register, please visit http://ow.ly/iBYh50KIznA 

Spots are limited, and fill up quickly – register now! 

First Nations youth aged 18-29 who are currently working or are interested in working in the areas of policy and administration are also highly encouraged to register for this event. Spots are available for youth at no-cost. For youth registration, please contact info@fnps.ca.

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LAST CHANCE TO REGISTER!

Please join the First Nations Public Service Secretariat (FNPSS) for a Succession Planning Webinar hosted by First Nations HR expert Robin Henry. 
This brief presentation on succession planning for your Nation/Organization will be followed by a group Q&A discussion with First Nations leaders, administrators, and HR professionals to share experiences on succession plan development and implementation and other examples of HR best practices. FNPSS sharing webinars are informal conversations aimed to provide a space for First Nations to discuss progress, challenges, and ideas with those working in similar roles. The webinar will be 60-minutes in duration, with time reserved for a Q&A period.

Register here: http://ow.ly/7xv050Ksz5S
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