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In partnership with the Alberta Society of Professional Biologists (ASPB) and with technical support provided by ESSA Technologies Ltd. and advisory support from the BC Climate Action Secretariat, the College is undertaking a climate change project funded by Natural Resources Canada's Enhancing Competitiveness in a Changing Climate Program. The project... Read more
The following email has been issued by the Species at Risk Recovery Unit, Canadian Wildlife Service, Pacific & Yukon Region, Environment and Climate Change Canada / Government of Canada Hello, Please note that on January 15 th the Management Plan for the Northern Rubber Boa ( Charina bottae ) in... Read more
There are several new job postings for College members. Check here to see the list of current opportunities.Read more
The following email has been issued by the Species at Risk Recovery Unit, Canadian Wildlife Service, Pacific & Yukon Region, Environment and Climate Change Canada / Government of Canada Hello, This email is to provide notification of updates to the Species at Risk Public Registry regarding recovery documents for SARA... Read more
The latest issue of College matters features tips on working with First Nations , guidance on field work during drought conditions , and several important updates from the College.Read more
The following summary is from the BC Government News page here : The College of Applied Biology is creating new membership categories for both applied biology technicians and applied biology technicians in training, effective Jan 1, 2016. The college requested the two new membership categories to enhance the professional standing... Read more
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On October 22, a survey designed to provide insight into College members' level of understanding about climate change adaptation has been sent to all members by email. The survey is open until November 16. Please contact us if you did not receive the email providing a link to the survey.Read more
See attachment for course details, costs, and dates. Please contact [email protected] or 250-721-8458 for more information, or visit our website: https://www.uvcs.uvic.ca/sustainability/programs/Read more
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Every year, the Planning Institute of British Columbia organizes and hosts its marquee professional development and networking event - the PIBC Annual Conference. Call for Program Proposals Now On! We are pleased to invite submissions of qualified proposals for inclusion as part of the PIBC 2016 Conference program. Become part... Read more
The Province is holding a series of regional meetings over the next two weeks to get feedback on a plan to preserve the unique ecosystems of the Ancient Forest, Shirley Bond, Minister of Jobs, Tourism and Skills Training announced on behalf of Steve Thomson, Minister of Forests, Lands and Natural... Read more
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