Inclusive Economic Development in Extractive Contexts: Why Local Government is Important

Date:
Friday, April 5, 2019 - 12:00 to 13:30
Location:
5-175

Global Friday Presents

Garth Frizzell
Councillor, City of Prince George

Lori Ackerman
Mayor, City of Fort St. John

This is the Federation of Canadian Municipalities' CISAL Project (Inclusive and Sustainable Communities in Latin America)

Also available via Livestream

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Canada's Indigenous Border Wall: An Examination of the Ways that the Canadian Government’s Lack of Reciprocation of the Jay Treaty Infringes on First Nations Rights

Date:
Friday, March 8, 2019 - 12:00 to 13:30
Location:
112

Global Friday Presents

Sm Łoodm ’Nüüsm – Dr. Mique’l Dangeli
Adjunct Professor
Department of First Nations Studies
University of Northern British Columbia

Live at UNBC Terrace Campus ~ Room: 112
Livestreamed to UNBC Prince George Campus ~ Room: 5-175

Finalists of the 2019 Annual BC Japanese Speech Contest

As a part of their assignments, five students in INTS 322 wrote their speech and we had a “in class speech contest.”

After that, all of the students applied the BC Japanese Speech Contest, and two were selected as the finalists. Unfortunately, since both of them are taking TESOL course which has all day long class on Saturdays, they cannot go to the contest.

Thursday, February 28, 2019

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