THE POST: VOLUME 1, ISSUE 3
Fall Workshops & Updates
October 26, 2022 | Forestry Sector Council
There is still time to register for our fall workshops! We are hosting three sessions across the province — a casual evening of food, networking and information.
Dates and Locations
- Monday, November 7th, Royal Canadian Legion, 303 Reeves Street, Port Hawkesbury
- Tuesday, November 8th, Forties Community Centre, 1787 Forties Road, New Ross
- Wednesday, November 9th, Rath Eastlink Community Centre, 628 Abenaki Road, Truro
All sessions are 4:00-7:00 pm. Registration is $20 per person, dinner is included.
Much gratitude to our session sponsors:
Port Hawkesbury Paper, Freeman Lumber, JD Irving, and the Forestry Safety Society. We thank you for your support!
Become a member of the Forestry Sector Council
We exist to help employers become stronger by strengthening the workforce and preparing for change and innovation, and industry support is key to helping us do that. As a member you will have access to benefits and resources to help shape the bright and growing future of our industry.
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