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Are you looking for meaningful, challenging, rewarding work? The Representative has three positions open: we're looking for a (1) Manager, First Nations, Métis and Inuit Relations (2) Knowledge Keeper and (3) Communications Officer. Check out the details here: https://rcybc.ca/about-us/careers/

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Representative Jennifer Charlesworth and Deputy Representative Samantha Cocker are taking part in Walking Our Spirits Home, a three-day Kamloops-to-Chase walk to honour both residential school survivors and the children who did not make it home. https://t.co/z8xJ62XXCx RCYBC photo


 

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