As the keynote speaker for the UNBC Graduate Student Conference, I am looking forward to sharing how we can make the economy in Northern BC more resilient, more diversified, as well as more sustainable with well paying employment opportunities.
You’re invited to join me for the conference on March 1 as the topic I am going to be speaking about affects everyone – not just engineers and people interested in the sciences.
Although I am not an economist, I know that economies are more stable Read more »
As someone that has built businesses with conversations and handshakes, I must say that all of this social media technology is new to me. At first I really didn’t understand how relationships are actually formed online.
However after I announced my candidacy on Oct 5, I began to take my campaign slogan to heart… “Looking Forward”.
I was already “looking forward” in the actions I was taking to improve Prince George’s economy (click here to read about www.ateec.ca and www.ntes.ca ).
But in order to get my message across to more people, Read more »
Yesterday at the all candidates meeting at Books and Company, I had a discussion with someone who asked how the technology program I am assisting to bring to CNC and the Engineering program at UNBC was actually going to help the arts.
It was a great question.
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