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THE TOP 10 SKILLED JOBS FOR IMMIGRANTS IN CANADA
 
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416-962-2623 / 1-866-760-2623 Call us: 416-962-2623 / 1•866•760•2623 (Toll Free in Canada/US) Email Us: [email protected] www.immigroup.com https://www.immigroup.com/news/top-10-jobs-immigrants-canada THE TOP 10 SKILLED JOBS FOR IMMIGRANTS IN CANADA Work - probably the second biggest priority for those planning to immigrate to a new country, second only to the need to secure a place to live. Canada offers a wealth of opportunities in a range of well-paid and highly skilled roles. Shortages of skilled labor have led the Federal Government to develop a Fast-Track entry system for individuals with high-priority skills. This makes the country a great choice for those looking to build a new life and career. This list looks at some of the best opportunities for 2017-2018 based on the Federal Government's list of in-demand occupations. Cardiology technologists Cardiology technologists are in demand in Canada as the result of the large aging population. The highest average hourly wage for a cardiology technologist can be found in Calgary at $44.27 per hour. The lowest average hourly wage for a cardiology technologist can be found in Halifax at $20.85 per hour. The significant number of the jobs available in this sector can be found in health care and social assistance. To work as a cardiology technologist in Canada (with the exception of Quebec) a technologist must be registered with the Canadian Society of Cardiology Technologists. Salary Ranges: ● Hourly: CAD$20.45 - C$33.75 ● Annual: C$43,451 - C$69,701 Professional Body: Canadian Society of Cardiology Technologists Respiratory therapist respiratory therapist positions are Toronto and Calgary followed by Winnipeg and Vancouver. Positions for respiratory therapists are most widely available with sleep and respiratory care specialty clinics. Entry level positions fall at the lowest end of the pay spectrum, but with five or more years of experience, pay rates rise considerably. Salary Ranges: ● Hourly: C$23.78 – C$41.99 ● Annual: C$44,769 – C$87,897 Professional Body: The Canadian Society of Respiratory Therapists GEOSCIENTIST AND OCEANOGRAPHERS Despite the crash in oil prices in recent years the continuing need to exploit the mineral wealth in Canada is still a priority. However, environmental concerns remain a key concern and this means that the role of both geoscientists and oceanographers will be contribute to in coming years. The demand is likely to grow in the immediate future and is also expected outstrip the available skills in the native workforce. Salary Ranges: ● Annual: C$54,044 - C$141,772 Professional Body: Geoscientists Canada/Géoscientifiques Canada ENGINEERING - CHEMICAL, MINING, PETROLEUM, GEOLOGICAL, and AEROSPACE As with construction management, engineering careers can be found consistently high on the list of the “Eligible Federal Skilled Worker Occupations” and, again, management level will get you more points. A broad field, the engineering sectors listed above are all consistently on the list of required workers in short supply. This is another field that is being hit by the retirement issue and one where opportunities are expected to continue to grow for those beginning their careers. Salaries can vary in the different sectors and also across the different regions of Canada. Salary Ranges: ● Chemical Engineer: ○ Hourly: C$12.96 - C$57.81 ○ Annual: C$45,128- C$102,323 ● Mining / Geological Engineer: ○ Hourly: C$39.04 ○ Annual: C$56,575- C$124,764 ● Petroleum Engineer: ○ Hourly: C$50.08 ○ Annual: C$63,421- C$232,240 ● Aerospace Engineer: ○ Hourly: C$17.00 - C$47.92 ○ Annual: C$49,248- C$111,006 Professional Body: Varies by province and territory and specialty, see Engineers Canada/Ingénieurs Canada for detailed information.
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Mine Manager (Episode 18)
 
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Brian interviews a mine manager who is responsible for the safety and smooth operation of a coal mine in northeastern B.C. He interacts with employees in different departments and describes the opportunities for advancement in the mining industry. Check out these websites to learn more about choosing a career and finding a job in British Columbia: http://www.careertrekbc.ca http://www.workbc.ca Follow us on Twitter: http://twitter.com/workbc.ca Like us on Facebook: http://facebook.com/workbc
Views: 3057 WorkBC's Career Trek
Immigrant Perspectives on Canadian Mining Safety
 
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This video takes a look at the safety culture in Canadian mining and features perspectives from immigrants who are currently working at a uranium mine in Saskatchewan.
Views: 4390 exploreformore
BC Mining Jobs Task Force announcement
 
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A BC Mining Jobs Task Force has been established to review exploration and mining in the province and find ways to strengthen this important industry. The 12-member task force will include representatives from industry, First Nations, municipal government, an environmental non-governmental organization, labour, post-secondary/training, and the financial sector. Read more: https://news.gov.bc.ca/16479
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High Salary Jobs in Canada - Part 1
 
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High Paid jobs offered in Canada. How much professors, engineers, managers, teachers, technicians, nurses can earn in Canada. Link to High Salary Jobs in Canada - Part 2 https://youtu.be/oZgV528zGXg You can send your CV at: [email protected] Currently they provide job placements with good salaries. Jobs in Canada work in canada pilot jobs aircraft engineer jobs marketing manager jobs network engineer jobs computer engineer jobs nurses jobs cooks jobs waiters jobs teacher vacancies professor vacancies technician jobs engineer jobs
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Developing a skilled workforce at our Raglan Mine in Canada
 
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Raglan Mine is a Glencore nickel operation in northern Canada. In 2008, Raglan Mine implemented the Tamatumani program intended to attract and retain the largest possible number of Inuit employees. Tamatumani aims to encourage more long-term employment, expand Inuit mining opportunities and foster better workplace integration. One of the Tamatumani initiatives is the “Stope School,” a program that trains Inuit employees in mining-related tasks. Over a two year period, trainees become apprentice miners and receive training in an underground environment. Once the program is completed, trainees become full miners. More than 25 Inuit trainees have graduated from the Stope School since 2008. So far, Tamatumani has placed Inuit workers in over 120 positions, covering more than 45 different types of jobs. The number of Inuit employees has risen from 55 in 1998 to 182 in June 2016, the highest number in Raglan Mine’s history. In June 2016, over 20% of our workforce at the Raglan Mine site was Inuit. To find out more about Raglan Mine, visit : http://www.mineraglan.ca/EN/
Views: 4729 Glencore
Coal Mining in BC: Charlie Matthews, Foreman, Teck
 
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Get the facts at http://coalalliance.ca/ and join the conversation at http://workingwithcoal.ca/. Charlie Matthews, Foreman at Teck, has been working in the coal industry for 13 years. Hear him speak about what products come from coal. Coal Mining in BC Facts: - Coal creates over 26,000 B.C. jobs in mining, transport, equipment and other related sectors. - Coal generates over $3.2 billion in economic activity in B.C. each year. - Coal produces about $715 million in public revenues for all levels of government that go to support critical services such as health care and education. - Coal is Port Metro Vancouver’s principal export and accounts for approximately 25% of the Port’s total volume each year. Coal Alliance Members: BNSF Railway - http://www.bnsf.com/ Canadian Pacific - http://www.cpr.ca/en CN - http://www.cn.ca/ Coal Association of Canada - http://www.coal.ca/ Fraser Surrey Docks - http://www.fsd.bc.ca/ Mining Association of BC - http://www.mining.bc.ca/ Neptune Terminals - http://www.neptuneterminals.com/ Pacific Coast Terminals Co. Ltd. - http://pct.ca/ Teck Resources - http://www.teck.com/ Westshore Terminals - http://www.westshore.com/ Cloud Peak Energy - http://cloudpeakenergy.com/
Views: 6133 Working With Coal
BC seizing on global demand for mining
 
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A long-term plan designed to develop the mining industry and create jobs to support B.C. families was announced today by Minister of Energy and Mines Rich Coleman. The new B.C. Mineral Exploration and Mining Strategy outlines a plan to create eight new mines and expand nine existing ones by 2015. For more information, please visit: http://www.bcjobsplan.ca/mining/ News Release: http://www.newsroom.gov.bc.ca/2012/05/bc-seizing-on-global-demand-for-mining.html Stay connected: http://www.gov.bc.ca/connect
Views: 903 ProvinceofBC
NoW, Notice of Work, BC mining Permits
 
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This is an introduction video to a series I will be making on the basic "How-To" submit a Notice of Work or NoW, in order to get permits for mining a claim in BC. British Columbia requires an application before any machine mining can be done. This video series will take you through the steps and requirements of filling in the paperwork for this application.
Views: 3665 Dan Hurd
Mining jobs outlook is golden for BC
 
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A new agreement with First Nations in the north that provides certainty around resource development along with a reduced backlog of mining permits will help create jobs in the mining sector, Premier Christy Clark announced in her speech to Round Up 2012. "These are clear examples of government helping to lay the groundwork for job creation," said Premier Clark. For more information, please visit: http://www.newsroom.gov.bc.ca/2012/01/land-use-plan-faster-permitting-promotes-mining-jobs.html Stay Connected: http://www.gov.bc.ca/connect
Views: 1956 ProvinceofBC
British Columbia Mining Advantages
 
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British Columbia is rich in natural resources and has 150 years of solid mining history. In 2011 alone, the province produced over $8 billion worth of mine products, including coal, copper, gold, zinc, molybdenum, silver, lead, aggregates, industrial minerals and other mining products. STT Wireless President and CEO Christopher Chong discusses British Columbia’s diversity of opportunity in the mining industry. Visit https://www.britishcolumbia.ca/ to learn more.
Views: 2028 BCTradeInvest
Mining Copper Gold Technical 3D Animation / IR PR Presentation BC Canada Abacus Mining & Exploration
 
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http://www.imaker.ca Mining Copper Gold Technical 3D Animation / IR PR Presentation BC Canada Abacus Mining & Exploration Abacus Mining is a mineral exploration and mine development company with an interest in the historic Ajax Mining Camp at the southern extremity of the boundaries of the City of Kamloops, British Columbia. The feasibility stage Ajax Mine is being developed with and funded in large part by joint venture partner KGHM Polska Miedz S.A. canadian gold mining companies canadian mining canadian mining companies, canadian mining company, canadian mining news,company fact sheets, mining in canada, mining copper, copper producer
Mining Titles Online BC MTO Web Mapping (BC Canada)
 
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https://www.911metallurgist.com/mineral-titles-online-bc/
Coal Mining in BC: Paul Lafreniere, Heavy Duty Mechanic, USW
 
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Get the facts at http://coalalliance.ca/ and join the conversation at http://workingwithcoal.ca/. Paul Lafreniere, Heavy Duty Mechanic with USW, has worked in the coal industry for 6 years. Hear him speak about what it is like working with coal. Coal Mining in BC Facts: - Coal creates over 26,000 B.C. jobs in mining, transport, equipment and other related sectors. - Coal generates over $3.2 billion in economic activity in B.C. each year. - Coal produces about $715 million in public revenues for all levels of government that go to support critical services such as health care and education. - Coal is Port Metro Vancouver’s principal export and accounts for approximately 25% of the Port’s total volume each year. Coal Alliance Members: BNSF Railway - http://www.bnsf.com/ Canadian Pacific - http://www.cpr.ca/en CN - http://www.cn.ca/ Coal Association of Canada - http://www.coal.ca/ Fraser Surrey Docks - http://www.fsd.bc.ca/ Mining Association of BC - http://www.mining.bc.ca/ Neptune Terminals - http://www.neptuneterminals.com/ Pacific Coast Terminals Co. Ltd. - http://pct.ca/ Teck Resources - http://www.teck.com/ Westshore Terminals - http://www.westshore.com/ Cloud Peak Energy - http://cloudpeakenergy.com/
Views: 7076 Working With Coal
Mineral Titles Online Tutorial - BC Placer Gold
 
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A guide to getting started on MIneral Titles Online. Includes information on recreational hand panning in BC, how to get access to MTO, getting around the map viewer, recording work, submitting reports, and claim maintenance. Links referenced in this video: Mineral Titles Branch Website: http://www.mineraltitles.gov.bc.ca Mineral Titles Online: http://www.mtonline.gov.bc.ca Guide to Recreational Hand Panning: http://www2.gov.bc.ca/assets/gov/farming-natural-resources-and-industry/mineral-exploration-mining/documents/mineral-titles/notices-mineral-placer-titles/information-updates/infoupdate2.pdf Becoming a client: http://www2.gov.bc.ca/gov/content/industry/mineral-exploration-mining/mineral-titles/mineral-placer-titles/becoming-a-client-mineral-placer-titles Direct link for Google Earth Mineral Titles overlay: http://openmaps.gov.bc.ca/kml/BCGov_Mining_and_Petroleum_loader.kml Direct link to download Google Earth: https://earth.google.com/download-earth.html Mineral Tenure Act: http://www.bclaws.ca/Recon/document/ID/freeside/00_96292_01 Mineral Tenure Act Regulation: http://www.bclaws.ca/civix/document/id/loo94/loo94/529_2004#section1 Guide to help you record work: http://www.empr.gov.bc.ca/Titles/MineralTitles/mto/help/main/claim/Pages/work.html Forms: Mineral & Placer: http://www2.gov.bc.ca/gov/content/industry/mineral-exploration-mining/mineral-titles/mineral-placer-titles/forms-maps-publications/forms-mineral-placer-titles#PhysicalSample Physical Work Report form: http://www2.gov.bc.ca/assets/gov/farming-natural-resources-and-industry/mineral-exploration-mining/documents/mineral-titles/mineral-placer-titles-getting-started/forms-maps-publications/forms/mineraltitlesbc-physicalworkreportform_sample.pdf Information Update #8 (what you can claim on a physical work report): http://www2.gov.bc.ca/assets/gov/farming-natural-resources-and-industry/mineral-exploration-mining/documents/mineral-titles/notices-mineral-placer-titles/information-updates/infoupdate8.pdf Quick Guide to Generating a map in Mineral Titles Online: http://www2.gov.bc.ca/assets/gov/farming-natural-resources-and-industry/mineral-exploration-mining/documents/mineral-titles/mineral-placer-titles-getting-started/forms-maps-publications/general-information/quickguide_physicalworkreportmap-mto.pdf Permitting applications - start at Front Counter BC - www.frontcounterbc.gov.bc.ca/
Views: 6030 BC Placer Gold
How to Acquire a Mining Claim in BC using Mineral Titles Online MTO
 
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https://www.911metallurgist.com/mineral-titles-online-bc/
Views: 1089 911 Metallurgy Corp.
Bitcoin mining booming in Canada
 
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Sites mining bitcoin are popping up in Alberta, Quebec, Manitoba and B.C. as a relatively cheap and reliable supply of electricity makes digital currency mining a cost-effective proposition. The site are filled with computers, known as rigs, that process digital currency transactions in order to earn digital currency. To read more: http://cbc.ca/1.4543319 »»» Subscribe to CBC News to watch more videos: http://bit.ly/1RreYWS Connect with CBC News Online: For breaking news, video, audio and in-depth coverage: http://bit.ly/1Z0m6iX Find CBC News on Facebook: http://bit.ly/1WjG36m Follow CBC News on Twitter: http://bit.ly/1sA5P9H For breaking news on Twitter: http://bit.ly/1WjDyks Follow CBC News on Instagram: http://bit.ly/1Z0iE7O Download the CBC News app for iOS: http://apple.co/25mpsUz Download the CBC News app for Android: http://bit.ly/1XxuozZ »»»»»»»»»»»»»»»»»» For more than 75 years, CBC News has been the source Canadians turn to, to keep them informed about their communities, their country and their world. Through regional and national programming on multiple platforms, including CBC Television, CBC News Network, CBC Radio, CBCNews.ca, mobile and on-demand, CBC News and its internationally recognized team of award-winning journalists deliver the breaking stories, the issues, the analyses and the personalities that matter to Canadians.
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Finding/Staking a BC GOLD CLAIM Tutorial
 
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Part 1: Trying to find and acquire a BC Gold Claim for cheap. Looking for claims that might expire/forfeit then wait to see what happens. Link for BC MTO Online: https://www.mtonline.gov.bc.ca/mtov/home.do
Views: 3140 meMiner
Huckleberry Mine expansion brings more jobs to central B.C.
 
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Premier Christy Clark officially announced that a large mine expansion permit at the Huckleberry Mine near Houston and Smithers, British Columbia has moved the province one step closer to successfully achieving its mining industry goals under the BC Jobs Plan. The Huckleberry mine expansion will commence in 2012 and will ensure stable jobs for the current 230 employees for another nine years and provide approximately 70 additional jobs. Over the mine life, Huckleberry Mines Ltd. will spend about $254.4 million on wages and benefits, (excluding contractors), $119 million on new acquisitions and $82 million on dam construction. For more information, please visit: http://www.newsroom.gov.bc.ca/2012/01/mine-expansion-brings-more-jobs-to-central-bc.html Learn more about the BC Jobs Plan: http://www.bcjobsplan.ca/ Stay Connected: http://www.gov.bc.ca/connect
Views: 1146 ProvinceofBC
CDN Jade Mine Resources - Jade Mining 2015
 
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A taste of jade mining in Northern British Columbia, Canada. Nephrite jade mining has a history of over 40 years in BC and the market continues to be strong. Unlike other jobs, jade mining is only operable between June and September of each year.
Mining Association of British Columbia: The 2017 mining industry in British Columbia
 
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The year 2017 was an eventful one in the mining industry. Bryan cox, President and CEO of the Mining Association of British Columbia, shares his perspective on the year in British Columbia. Learn more in PwC Canada’s report on the mining industry in British Columbia: www.pwc.com/ca/canadianmine
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Coal Mining in BC: Jocelyne Allard, Haul Truck Operator, USW
 
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Get the facts at http://coalalliance.ca/ and join the conversation at http://workingwithcoal.ca/. Jocelyne Allard, Haul Truck Operator with USW speaks about working in the coal industry. Coal Mining in BC Facts: - Coal creates over 26,000 B.C. jobs in mining, transport, equipment and other related sectors. - Coal generates over $3.2 billion in economic activity in B.C. each year. - Coal produces about $715 million in public revenues for all levels of government that go to support critical services such as health care and education. - Coal is Port Metro Vancouver’s principal export and accounts for approximately 25% of the Port’s total volume each year. Coal Alliance Members: BNSF Railway - http://www.bnsf.com/ Canadian Pacific - http://www.cpr.ca/en CN - http://www.cn.ca/ Coal Association of Canada - http://www.coal.ca/ Fraser Surrey Docks - http://www.fsd.bc.ca/ Mining Association of BC - http://www.mining.bc.ca/ Neptune Terminals - http://www.neptuneterminals.com/ Pacific Coast Terminals Co. Ltd. - http://pct.ca/ Teck Resources - http://www.teck.com/ Westshore Terminals - http://www.westshore.com/ Cloud Peak Energy - http://cloudpeakenergy.com/
Views: 5777 Working With Coal
ATV Caroline Mines BC
 
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An ATV trip to the caroline mines and an explore inside one of the portals.
Driving in PRINCETON BC (British Columbia) Canada - Gold Mining Town - Similkameen region
 
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http://www.freejazzvancouver.com We are driving through the town of Princeton BC Canada. Music by Mark Quigley (trombone and korg volca keys) and Michael Quigley (piano). Thank you for watching.
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Working at Teck
 
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See yourself at Teck: We live and work in some of the world's most incredible locations. Add to this, challenging work assignments and excellent opportunities for career and professional growth with Canada's largest diversified natural resources company and we think you'll find what you're looking for.
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Coal Mining in BC: Rob Ashton, ILWU, on Jobs
 
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Get the facts at http://coalalliance.ca/ and join the conversation at http://workingwithcoal.ca/. Rob Ashton, First Vice President, International Longshore & Warehouse Union Canada, speaks about benefits of working in the coal industry. http://ilwu.ca/ Coal Mining in BC Facts: - Coal creates over 26,000 B.C. jobs in mining, transport, equipment and other related sectors. - Coal generates over $3.2 billion in economic activity in B.C. each year. - Coal produces about $715 million in public revenues for all levels of government that go to support critical services such as health care and education. - Coal is Port Metro Vancouver’s principal export and accounts for approximately 25% of the Port’s total volume each year. Coal Alliance Members: BNSF Railway - http://www.bnsf.com/ Canadian Pacific - http://www.cpr.ca/en CN - http://www.cn.ca/ Coal Association of Canada - http://www.coal.ca/ Fraser Surrey Docks - http://www.fsd.bc.ca/ Mining Association of BC - http://www.mining.bc.ca/ Neptune Terminals - http://www.neptuneterminals.com/ Pacific Coast Terminals Co. Ltd. - http://pct.ca/ Teck Resources - http://www.teck.com/ Westshore Terminals - http://www.westshore.com/ Cloud Peak Energy - http://cloudpeakenergy.com/
Views: 149 Working With Coal
Sparwood BC (British Columbia) Canada - Driving in Coal Mining Town - Large Green Truck
 
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We are driving in the district municipality of Sparwood, British Columbia, Canada. It's located pretty close to Alberta. Sparwood has a big green truck parked across from its supermarket (once upon a time, it was the largest truck in the world). Music by Free Jazz Vancouver Mark Quigley - Trombone & Korg Volca Keys Michael Quigley - Yamaha Keyboard & Piano http://www.markquigley.com
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Coal Mining in BC: Mark Gordienko, ILWU, on Jobs
 
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Get the facts at http://coalalliance.ca/ and join the conversation at http://workingwithcoal.ca/. Mark Gordienko, President, International Longshore & Warehouse Union Canada, speaks about the benefits of working in the coal industry. http://ilwu.ca/ Coal Mining in BC Facts: - Coal creates over 26,000 B.C. jobs in mining, transport, equipment and other related sectors. - Coal generates over $3.2 billion in economic activity in B.C. each year. - Coal produces about $715 million in public revenues for all levels of government that go to support critical services such as health care and education. - Coal is Port Metro Vancouver’s principal export and accounts for approximately 25% of the Port’s total volume each year. Coal Alliance Members: BNSF Railway - http://www.bnsf.com/ Canadian Pacific - http://www.cpr.ca/en CN - http://www.cn.ca/ Coal Association of Canada - http://www.coal.ca/ Fraser Surrey Docks - http://www.fsd.bc.ca/ Mining Association of BC - http://www.mining.bc.ca/ Neptune Terminals - http://www.neptuneterminals.com/ Pacific Coast Terminals Co. Ltd. - http://pct.ca/ Teck Resources - http://www.teck.com/ Westshore Terminals - http://www.westshore.com/ Cloud Peak Energy - http://cloudpeakenergy.com/
Views: 159 Working With Coal
Coal Mining in BC: Safe Coal Transportation
 
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Get the facts at http://coalalliance.ca/ and join the conversation at http://workingwithcoal.ca/. Advanced systems are in place to ensure that coal stays in the trains during transportation. Coal Mining in BC Facts: - Coal creates over 26,000 B.C. jobs in mining, transport, equipment and other related sectors. - Coal generates over $3.2 billion in economic activity in B.C. each year. - Coal produces about $715 million in public revenues for all levels of government that go to support critical services such as health care and education. - Coal is Port Metro Vancouver’s principal export and accounts for approximately 25% of the Port’s total volume each year. Coal Alliance Members: BNSF Railway - http://www.bnsf.com/ Canadian Pacific - http://www.cpr.ca/en CN - http://www.cn.ca/ Coal Association of Canada - http://www.coal.ca/ Fraser Surrey Docks - http://www.fsd.bc.ca/ Mining Association of BC - http://www.mining.bc.ca/ Neptune Terminals - http://www.neptuneterminals.com/ Pacific Coast Terminals Co. Ltd. - http://pct.ca/ Teck Resources - http://www.teck.com/ Westshore Terminals - http://www.westshore.com/ Cloud Peak Energy - http://cloudpeakenergy.com/ Credits: Alan Fryer
Views: 1821 Working With Coal
Cassiar an Asbestos Mining Company Town 1960 British Columbia Canada
 
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Cassiar was a small company-owned asbestos mining town located in the Cassiar Mountains of Northern British Columbia in western Canada. After forty years of operation, starting in 1952, the mine was unexpectedly forced to close in 1992. Most employees were laid off. Efforts to attract new purchasers to keep the mine running company failed so in September 1992 the town, mine and mill infrastructure was auctioned off. The closure was driven by a combination of factors including diminished demand for asbestos and expensive complications faced after converting from an open-pit mine to an underground mine. Most of the contents of the town, including a few houses, were sold off and trucked away. Most of the houses were bull-dozed and burned to the ground in this resource town north of Dease Lake. The mill was briefly reactivated in 1999 by Cassiar Chrysotile Inc which had a reclamation permit to clean up the site. 11,000 tons of asbestos were exported before the mill burned down on Christmas Day of 2000, effectively halting all production. Cassiar was once the largest town in British Columbia north of Fort Nelson, with a population approaching 2,000, its own store, school, hospital, churches and recreation facilities and set in a beautiful alpine valley 100 miles southwest of Watson Lake, Yukon. Asbestos had been known in the area by white men since 1872 and the local Indians had known for centuries that the mountain sheep bedded down on the yellowish-white "fluff" at the north end of Mount McDame. The established asbestos companies in Quebec, Johns-Mannville and Asbestos Corporation thought the deposit too remote, as did ASARCO. Conwest however, recognized the potential of the iron-free long fibre, and in the spring of 1951, began to develop the mine and bring to production, against a monopolistic market, in one of the most inaccessible and remote areas of Canada, the high-grade Cassiar Asbestos Mine. The mine is on the top of a mountain in northern B.C. at 6,000 feet elevation, 86 miles south of Mile 648 on the Alaska Highway and 100 road miles from Watson Lake, Yukon. By 1953 the property was in production. From the beginning it was realized that to maintain a stable work force in this isolated area, provision must be made for married staff. At first the open pit mine was operated only in the summer and ore was stockpiled to feed the mill through the winter but as markets increased it became more economical to operate the mine all year. The product was marketed through Bell Asbestos of Thetford Mines, Quebec, a subsidiary of asbestos manufacturer Turner & Newall of England, whose supply of fibre from South Africa was diminishing. From Whitehorse, the fibre in pallets went by White Pass & Yukon Railway to Skagway, Alaska, then by freighter to Asbestos Wharf in North Vancouver and from there to markets all over the world. For more about the town of Cassiar, check out the website, http://www.cassiar.ca/home/home.htm . For current information on asbestos, the hazards of exposure and to learn how you can help prevent asbestos-related disease, link to and join the Asbestos Disease Awareness Organization (ADAO), an independent organization founded in 2004. ADAO seeks to give asbestos victims and concerned citizens a united voice to raise public awareness about the dangers of asbestos exposure. ADAO is the largest victims' organization dedicated to preventing asbestos-related diseases through education and legislation. ADAO's mission includes supporting global advocacy and advancing asbestos awareness, prevention, early detection, treatment, and resources for asbestos-related disease. For more information visit www.asbestosdiseaseawareness.org. This is clipped from the 1960 film "The Cassiar Road (the story of a mine on a mountain top)." Sponsored by the Cassiar Asbestos Company, the film shows the sponsor's asbestos mines in British Columbia, including showing mining and milling operations, grading, packing and transport to the docks in Skagway, Alaska. The mining and milling operations in British Columbia began in 1953. They ceased operations in 1992, when it went the Company went bankrupt and subsequently dissolved. Cassiar did not itself manufacture or sell any finished products. Instead it sold the raw asbestos fibers to manufacturers, including companies such as Johns-Manville, Fibreboard, and CertainTeed.
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Panning/Detecting BC Gold!!
 
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Well, a bit of a random panning / detecting adventure but our drone pilot and I started at the lower river to find some BC (British Columbia) gold then after a few pans and swings with the detector we tried some pay dirt I won. We decided to move quite a few miles upstream to one of our other favorite BC gold spots. With acceptable weather, a drone, and a fever for gold – we turned it into a fun trip! I hope you enjoy detecting and panning for BC gold with us! - Pauly Gold Hound Prospecting: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCOU_WWyyhJubV9_Kqh8MNiw Our drone pilot: https://www.youtube.com/user/NorthOlbo Keep Updated: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/pioneerpauly/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/pioneerpauly/ Snapchat: pioneerpauly Email: [email protected] (may be slow to respond) music: Source: AudioJungle Titles: Upbeat-Indie-Folk, movie-trailer-credits-intro, & Gospel Choir Link: https://audiojungle.net/
Views: 45465 PioneerPauly
LNG Jobs: British Columbians or Temporary Foreign Workers?
 
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While in Official Opposition the BC NDP were highly critical of the BC Liberals plan for LNG. Perhaps they were not outright opposed to dumping megatonnes of greenhouse gas emissions into the environment, but they were incredibly vocal on the former government's plan to sell-out future British Columbians for short-term benefit. Well, now the BC NDP is basically running out the BC Liberal rhetoric, forgetting all their past criticism in an apparent change of heart and mind. It is unbelievable really to hear Premier John Horgan and Minister of Energy, Mines and Petroleum Resources, Hon. Michelle Mungall, clamour for LNG when they were once the harshest critics of a more mild sell-out than the one that they are overseeing. Setting greenhouse gas emissions and climate impacts aside for a moment, because Hon. George Heyman, Minister of Environment and Climate Change Strategy, has promised an aggressive and comprehensive "Clean Growth Strategy", in Question Period I decided to focus on the spectacular job claims of the BC NDP. [Transcript] A. Olsen: I wonder how LMS Reinforcing Steel feels about the federal government exempting LNG Canada from steel tariffs. Anyway, three years ago Premier Horgan said: "…the people of British Columbia should see the primary benefit from an LNG industry" and "We need to make sure that jobs go to British Columbians…." He's quoted in Hansard as saying that if 70 percent of those 100,000 jobs were going to come from somewhere else, one has to pause and ask why we have been putting so much energy into doing something if it's for somebody else. According to the B.C. NDP's LNG framework from earlier this week, LNG Canada will create 10,000 jobs during construction and 950 permanent jobs once operations are underway. On LNG Canada's website, it states that they're not hiring employees directly during construction. Instead, they're hiring a prime contractor who will hire implementation contractors who will hire subcontractors. The latter two will hire workers. To the Minister of Energy, Mines and Petroleum Resources. LNG Canada has committed to helping local residents take advantage of employment opportunities, but they will not be the ones hiring workers. How many of the LNG employment opportunities can be guaranteed to go to British Columbians, and how many will go to temporary foreign workers? Hon. M. Mungall: I understand why the member would be concerned about who is getting these jobs, because the previous government, when they were in charge of this file, were signing blank cheques. They were letting projects go forward without any commitment for local hire. When we became government, we were adamant that we had four conditions. Interjections. Mr. Speaker: Members, may we please hear the response. Thank you. Hon. M. Mungall: One of those conditions was that jobs have to go to British Columbians, first and foremost, and we have to see training opportunities in the construction phase as well as throughout the permanent jobs. LNG Canada has committed — and they have signed contracts with their contractors — that there's a local-hire-first policy. Just as an example, they have contractually required their engineering and procurement company to follow this policy. And that is across the board. They have signed 20 impact-and-benefit agreements with First Nations. First Nations will be at the front of the line for these jobs. What does that mean? That means prosperity and benefits to the north, from well to tidewater. Mr. Speaker: The member for Saanich North and the Islands on a supplemental. A. Olsen: Actually, the minister's reading of my concern is misplaced. I'm concerned that the program on this side of the House is looking very much like the program from that side of the House. The idea of having conditions associated with development isn't a new idea. Former Premier Christy Clark's five conditions were often used to obfuscate her government's position on the Trans Mountain pipeline. I think it's critical that if the NDP are choosing to use a similar tactic of having conditions, that these conditions should be shown to be substantive and actually mean something. One of the NDP's four conditions, as the minister highlighted, for LNG development is that it creates jobs for British Columbians. My question is for the Minister of Energy, Mines and Petroleum Resources. We know that LNG Canada will be using contractors to conduct most of the hiring. What specific — I repeat: what specific — oversight systems has this government put in place to ensure that jobs on this project are not simply given out to temporary foreign workers but that British Columbians are actually the people benefiting from this project? (Continued -- visit http://www.adamolsen.bcgreencaucus.ca/lng-jobs/)
Views: 75 Adam Olsen (MLA)
Yale Public Panning Reserve.  Free gold panning in BC.
 
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The Yale Public Panning reserve is one of the best free gold panning reserves in the province of British Columbia. BC has many gold panning reserves but the panning reserve at Yale is one of the most popular. Often people ask "Where can I gold pan on the Fraser river". Where to pan on the Fraser without claim jumping is a difficult question other than the public panning reserves. This video is produced by Dan Hurd, Prospector, Miner, Teacher and YouTuber, as part of his YouTube channel based on educational videos about gold mining, gold panning, prospecting, rock hounding, and mineral collecting. https://www.patreon.com/Danhurd
Views: 10375 Dan Hurd
Worlds Toughest Jobs | Season 1 Episode 6 – Canadian Forestry - Documentary
 
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World's Toughest Jobs - 2015 BBC Documentary Worlds Toughest Jobs world news Worlds Toughest Jobs culture Worlds Toughest Jobs news Worlds Toughest Jobs bbc Worlds Toughest Jobs documentary Worlds Toughest Jobs watch, season 1, episodes
Views: 73405 Claybome Laci
Mining Plus Vancouver - Canada Office Visit #miningplus
 
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Managing Director of Mining Plus took the opportunity to take a few snaps and give a little insight on the Mining Plus Canadian office based in Vancouver and the team of experts at work. If you would like to get in touch, visit us at www.mining-plus.com for all our contact details and to know more about us. Mining Plus has several offices around the world,. be sure to also take a look at our other videos and youtube playlists #miningisawesome www.mining-plus.com
Views: 295 Mining Plus
Premier releases Canada Starts Here: The BC Jobs Plan
 
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Premier Christy Clark unveiled British Columbia's jobs plan, which will build on the Province's solid foundation of prudent fiscal management to attract investment and open new markets for B.C. products, defending and creating jobs for British Columbians. Learn more: http://www.BCJobsPlan.ca
Views: 1491 ProvinceofBC
Coal Mining in BC: Denis Horgan, Westshore Terminals
 
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Get the facts at http://coalalliance.ca/ and join the conversation at http://workingwithcoal.ca/. Denis Horgan, Vice President & General Manager at Westshore Terminals, speaks about safety initiatives at Westshore Terminals and benefits of the coal industry. http://www.westshore.com/ Coal Mining in BC Facts: - Coal creates over 26,000 B.C. jobs in mining, transport, equipment and other related sectors. - Coal generates over $3.2 billion in economic activity in B.C. each year. - Coal produces about $715 million in public revenues for all levels of government that go to support critical services such as health care and education. - Coal is Port Metro Vancouver’s principal export and accounts for approximately 25% of the Port’s total volume each year. Coal Alliance Members: BNSF Railway - http://www.bnsf.com/ Canadian Pacific - http://www.cpr.ca/en CN - http://www.cn.ca/ Coal Association of Canada - http://www.coal.ca/ Fraser Surrey Docks - http://www.fsd.bc.ca/ Mining Association of BC - http://www.mining.bc.ca/ Neptune Terminals - http://www.neptuneterminals.com/ Pacific Coast Terminals Co. Ltd. - http://pct.ca/ Teck Resources - http://www.teck.com/ Westshore Terminals - http://www.westshore.com/ Cloud Peak Energy - http://cloudpeakenergy.com/
Views: 315 Working With Coal
Canada's Safest Employers 2018: Ausenco Engineering Canada (Mining)
 
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Ausenco Engineering Canada is the Gold winner for the Mining and Natural Resources category of the 2018 Canada's Safest Employers awards.  Learn more about the awards at www.safestemployers.com Brought to you by Canadian Occupational Safety magazine (www.cos-mag.com). The Canadian Occupational Safety channel is where safety professionals get the videos they need to help them keep their workplaces heathy and safe every day. Videos cover safety culture and leadership, facility safety, psychological health and safety and much more.
BC, Canada Green jobs.mp4
 
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If you are looking for jobs in power electronics conversion and control...look at this video.
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Coal Mining in BC: Patty Vadnais, Executive Director, Fernie Chamber of Commerce
 
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Get the facts at http://coalalliance.ca/ and join the conversation at http://workingwithcoal.ca/. Patty Vadnais, Executive Director, Fernie Chamber of Commerce, speaks about the importance of the coal industry to the local economy. Coal Mining in BC Facts: - Coal creates over 26,000 B.C. jobs in mining, transport, equipment and other related sectors. - Coal generates over $3.2 billion in economic activity in B.C. each year. - Coal produces about $715 million in public revenues for all levels of government that go to support critical services such as health care and education. - Coal is Port Metro Vancouver’s principal export and accounts for approximately 25% of the Port’s total volume each year. Coal Alliance Members: BNSF Railway - http://www.bnsf.com/ Canadian Pacific - http://www.cpr.ca/en CN - http://www.cn.ca/ Coal Association of Canada - http://www.coal.ca/ Fraser Surrey Docks - http://www.fsd.bc.ca/ Mining Association of BC - http://www.mining.bc.ca/ Neptune Terminals - http://www.neptuneterminals.com/ Pacific Coast Terminals Co. Ltd. - http://pct.ca/ Teck Resources - http://www.teck.com/ Westshore Terminals - http://www.westshore.com/ Cloud Peak Energy - http://cloudpeakenergy.com/
Views: 125 Working With Coal
Coal Mining in BC: Tom Sigurdson, BC Building Trades
 
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Get the facts at http://coalalliance.ca/ and join the conversation at http://workingwithcoal.ca/. Tom Sigurdson, Executive Director of BC Building Trades, speaks about the benefits of in the coal industry. http://www.bcbuildingtrades.org/ Coal Mining in BC Facts: - Coal creates over 26,000 B.C. jobs in mining, transport, equipment and other related sectors. - Coal generates over $3.2 billion in economic activity in B.C. each year. - Coal produces about $715 million in public revenues for all levels of government that go to support critical services such as health care and education. - Coal is Port Metro Vancouver’s principal export and accounts for approximately 25% of the Port’s total volume each year. Coal Alliance Members: BNSF Railway - http://www.bnsf.com/ Canadian Pacific - http://www.cpr.ca/en CN - http://www.cn.ca/ Coal Association of Canada - http://www.coal.ca/ Fraser Surrey Docks - http://www.fsd.bc.ca/ Mining Association of BC - http://www.mining.bc.ca/ Neptune Terminals - http://www.neptuneterminals.com/ Pacific Coast Terminals Co. Ltd. - http://pct.ca/ Teck Resources - http://www.teck.com/ Westshore Terminals - http://www.westshore.com/ Cloud Peak Energy - http://cloudpeakenergy.com/
Views: 103 Working With Coal
Gold Mining Show MINER or BUST 2016 Gold Mining Documentary
 
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The real Gold Rush... Gold mining in northern British Columbia Canada chasing down placer gold in the remote woods can be a hard task and spending the last 18 years chasing the dream of one day become a full-time gold miner has been a bit of work and a whole lot of adventure. Exploring for gold is a life changing event and doing the job right for a sucssesfull gold mine and the environment isn't easy but will pay in gold and one great experince to remember as well. After the 2016 placer gold sampling project I look forward to finally opening up this gold mine in 2017 as the ground in this gold claim has finally proved to me to be the best chance I have at a successful gold mining venture.....So I hope you enjoy this gold mining documentary of my gold mining adventures. Take care out there. Please Share Like and Subscribe. Shows like gold rush don't give gold mining a proper view into the life style of a gold miner. It's not just about getting rich or throwing money at it. It has more to do with a proper study of a area and taking the time to make sure a mine will will work before opening it up at all. Around 95% of mines fail due to gold fever and get rich thinking. The most succesful gold miners are the one who take the proper steps and don't let the greed do the talking and are more into the life style of being a gold miner and this is the intent of this on going gold mining documentary. So be patient and enjoy the hunt for gold and if your goal is to be a gold miner or opening up a gold mine the more you think and look the better your chances at a successful gold mine. Take care out there.
Coal Mining in BC: Glen Atkinson, ILWU, Neptune Terminals
 
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Get the facts at http://coalalliance.ca/ and join the conversation at http://workingwithcoal.ca/. Glen Atkinson, member of International Longshore & Warehouse Union Canada, and bulk operator at Neptune Terminals speaks about his 40 year career in the coal industry at Neptune Terminals. http://ilwu.ca/ http://www.neptuneterminals.com/ Coal Mining in BC Facts: - Coal creates over 26,000 B.C. jobs in mining, transport, equipment and other related sectors. - Coal generates over $3.2 billion in economic activity in B.C. each year. - Coal produces about $715 million in public revenues for all levels of government that go to support critical services such as health care and education. - Coal is Port Metro Vancouver’s principal export and accounts for approximately 25% of the Port’s total volume each year. Coal Alliance Members: BNSF Railway - http://www.bnsf.com/ Canadian Pacific - http://www.cpr.ca/en CN - http://www.cn.ca/ Coal Association of Canada - http://www.coal.ca/ Fraser Surrey Docks - http://www.fsd.bc.ca/ Mining Association of BC - http://www.mining.bc.ca/ Neptune Terminals - http://www.neptuneterminals.com/ Pacific Coast Terminals Co. Ltd. - http://pct.ca/ Teck Resources - http://www.teck.com/ Westshore Terminals - http://www.westshore.com/ Cloud Peak Energy - http://cloudpeakenergy.com/
Views: 347 Working With Coal
College Experience - ILOT Scholarship at University of British Columbia  #ChetChat
 
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Click here for a Videochat with Naman Shah of University of British Columbia (UBC) Vancouver, Canada studying on a Full Scholarship talk about his major in Mining Engineering, the Co-op Program, how and when to apply for the scholarship, his experience at UBC, Internship and Job opportunities in Vancouver and much more! 1. 0:26 Why he chose to study in UBC Vancouver Canada a. He visited University bc prior to applying b. Vancouver is a beautiful city and ranked as one of the best cities to live in c. Engineering faculty is developed 2. 0:52 Scholarships a. International Leader of Tomorrow b. The school counsellor nominates you for this scholarship c. It covers tuition and boarding expenses less parental contribution d. Essays must talk of leadership qualities and societal contribution e. Application begins around Oct-Nov 3. 2:22 Mining Engineering a. First year has general courses like Math Physics b. Second year you specialise c. Mining Engineering is a 100 year old department d. There are over 800 mining companies based in Vancouver e. They have graduated programs, they employ students while they are in college and they hire them finally as soon as they graduate f. Second year onwards courses include fluid mechanics, techniques of mining engineering, math courses, economics, sustainability, processing, market related, environment g. 4:13 Co-Op program is included 20 months h. 4 year program and 20 months of co-op combines to a 5 year program i. You can work from 4 months to 16 months j. Co-op program requires a min of 60% and has workshops k. Students work with good companies and in 16 months they can grow to a mid-level and get varied exposure 4. 6:21 Pros and cons of UBC Vancouver a. 47,000 students in undergrad b. JumpStart program inducts international students into the program c. All International students are together for one month d. Class sizes in Engineering in the first year could be over 300 people e. Personal interaction could be challenging f. Professors are welcoming and peer assisted study sessions where you facilitate study sessions 5. 8:23 Co-op Program Visa a. Study permit is valid for 5 years b. Allows work for 20 hours a week through the entire 5 years without applying for a work permit c. Once you are in the co-op program you apply for a work permit d. You don’t need to know French 6. 9:39 Career Paths after Mining Engineering a. Processing , learn innovative techniques b. Management c. Financial Engineering d. Cyclicality studies e. Innovation in robotics and automation f. Space mining is a future breakthrough possible 7. 11:04 Vancouver city a. 15 mins away from campus b. Transportation is public transport c. Campus is very vibrant d. Vancouver White caps are placed in the region, football players were training in the UBC football grounds 8. 12:20 Food in Vancouver a. Indian restaurant called Widgets is very popular 9. 12:42 Describe your school in one word a. Inclusive b. Over 25% student body is international 10. 13:03 Courses that UBC is well known for a. School of Business b. Civil Engineering department is also very well known in Canada 11. 13:27 Unusual advice a. Always give an interview if possible b. Helps you improve your communication skills Host - Chetna Vasishth We are on -. YouTube.com/c/ChetChat Facebook.com/chetchat101 Twitter - @chetchat101 Instagram - chetchat101 Google.com/+/ChetChat [email protected] chetchat101.tumblr.com Vimeo.com/chetchat affimity.com/u/chetchat the college experience, college search, college education, college degrees, my college experience, college life experience, your college experience, life in college, the college life, life university, about college life student life, college resume, YouTube video, video chat, college, colleges, university, universities, scholarship, scholarships, college scholarship, scholarship for college students, education, resume, career ideas, chet, college search, online colleges, university college, college degrees, college majors, college education, college application, college courses, degree, degrees, university rankings, top university, video chat apps, college finder, video YouTube, top colleges, best universities, best universities in the us, experience in college, Australian universities, Canadian universities, universities in USA UBC, University Vancouver, University of bc, Ubc Vancouver, bc, Ubc program, British Columbia, ubc tuition, Vancouver college, Columbia college Vancouver, colleges in Vancouver, universities in Canada, university of bc, ubc housing, university of british Columbia ranking, bc college, ubc ranking, ubc Vancouver, universities in Vancouver, university of Vancouver, Vancouver bc, Vancouver Canada, ubc courses, ubc Canada, ubc student services, ubc campus tour, ubc Vancouver campus tour,
Views: 30562 ChetChat
Coal Mining in BC: Rod Butler, ILWU, Westshore Terminals
 
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Get the facts at http://coalalliance.ca/ and join the conversation at http://workingwithcoal.ca/. Rod Butler, member of International Longshore & Warehouse Union Canada, and electrician at Westshore Terminals, speaks about his 30 year career in the coal industry. http://ilwu.ca/ http://www.westshore.com/ Coal Mining in BC Facts: - Coal creates over 26,000 B.C. jobs in mining, transport, equipment and other related sectors. - Coal generates over $3.2 billion in economic activity in B.C. each year. - Coal produces about $715 million in public revenues for all levels of government that go to support critical services such as health care and education. - Coal is Port Metro Vancouver’s principal export and accounts for approximately 25% of the Port’s total volume each year. Coal Alliance Members: BNSF Railway - http://www.bnsf.com/ Canadian Pacific - http://www.cpr.ca/en CN - http://www.cn.ca/ Coal Association of Canada- http://www.coal.ca/ Fraser Surrey Docks - http://www.fsd.bc.ca/ Mining Association of BC - http://www.mining.bc.ca/ Neptune Terminals - http://www.neptuneterminals.com/ Pacific Coast Terminals Co. Ltd. - http://pct.ca/ Teck Resources - http://www.teck.com/ Westshore Terminals - http://www.westshore.com/ Cloud Peak Energy - http://cloudpeakenergy.com/
Views: 718 Working With Coal
Flood gold from Canada
 
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Went to rock bottom today and for the first time there was water flowing over the bedrock, hiked around for a little bit talked to some friendly hikers and told them what I was doing they thought it was pretty cool lol and found some gold !
Views: 18752 Kyle Thiemann
Coal Mining in BC: Nash Sohi, Technical Sales, Motion Industries
 
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Get the facts at http://coalalliance.ca/ and join the conversation at http://workingwithcoal.ca/. Nash Sohi, Technical Sales Representative at Motion Industries, speaks about the opportunities for companies providing services to the coal industry. https://www.motioncanada.ca/taxonomy/browse/en Coal Mining in BC Facts: - Coal creates over 26,000 B.C. jobs in mining, transport, equipment and other related sectors. - Coal generates over $3.2 billion in economic activity in B.C. each year. - Coal produces about $715 million in public revenues for all levels of government that go to support critical services such as health care and education. - Coal is Port Metro Vancouver’s principal export and accounts for approximately 25% of the Port’s total volume each year. Coal Alliance Members: BNSF Railway - http://www.bnsf.com/ Canadian Pacific - http://www.cpr.ca/en CN - http://www.cn.ca/ Coal Association of Canada - http://www.coal.ca/ Fraser Surrey Docks - http://www.fsd.bc.ca/ Mining Association of BC - http://www.mining.bc.ca/ Neptune Terminals - http://www.neptuneterminals.com/ Pacific Coast Terminals Co. Ltd. - http://pct.ca/ Teck Resources - http://www.teck.com/ Westshore Terminals - http://www.westshore.com/ Cloud Peak Energy - http://cloudpeakenergy.com/
Views: 123 Working With Coal
Coal Mining in BC: Marlene Bacon, ILWU, Westshore Terminals
 
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Get the facts at http://coalalliance.ca/ and join the conversation at http://workingwithcoal.ca/. Marlene Bacon, member of International Longshore & Warehouse Union Canada, and buyer at Westshore Terminals, speaks about her 32 year career in the coal industry. http://ilwu.ca/ http://www.westshore.com/ Coal Mining in BC Facts: - Coal creates over 26,000 B.C. jobs in mining, transport, equipment and other related sectors. - Coal generates over $3.2 billion in economic activity in B.C. each year. - Coal produces about $715 million in public revenues for all levels of government that go to support critical services such as health care and education. - Coal is Port Metro Vancouver’s principal export and accounts for approximately 25% of the Port’s total volume each year. Coal Alliance Members: BNSF Railway - http://www.bnsf.com/ Canadian Pacific - http://www.cpr.ca/en CN - http://www.cn.ca/ Coal Association of Canada - http://www.coal.ca/ Fraser Surrey Docks - http://www.fsd.bc.ca/ Mining Association of BC - http://www.mining.bc.ca/ Neptune Terminals - http://www.neptuneterminals.com/ Pacific Coast Terminals Co. Ltd. - http://pct.ca/ Teck Resources - http://www.teck.com/ Westshore Terminals - http://www.westshore.com/ Cloud Peak Energy - http://cloudpeakenergy.com/
Views: 302 Working With Coal