by Owen Fitzgerald, Ex. Director, Unama’ki Economic Benefits Office

Touring Irving Shipyard- (L-R) Alex Paul, Director of Training, Nova Scotia Aboriginal Employment Partnership, Norma Guerin, Executive Director First Nations Employment Society in Vancouver, Lucinda Philips, Chief Lil’wat First Nation in BC, and Steve McAloon, Vice President Irving Shipbuilding.

Touring Irving Shipyard- (L-R) Alex Paul, Director of Training, Nova Scotia Aboriginal Employment Partnership, Norma Guerin, Executive Director First Nations Employment Society in Vancouver, Lucinda Philips, Chief Lil’wat First Nation in BC, and Steve McAloon, Vice President Irving Shipbuilding.

East-West Collaboration on Shipbuilding

Halifax – June 11, 2013…. Four First Nation community leaders visit Nova Scotia to share ideas and to take a collaborative appr ...

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