TNDC News

2023

21
Nov

TNDC WELCOMES FREDA CAMPBELL AS ITS NEW TRAINING & DEVELOPMENT OFFICER/HR GENERALIST

Tahltan Nation Development Corporation (TNDC) is delighted to announce that Freda Campbell has joined the organization in the newly-created Training & Development Officer/HR Generalist position. Freda is a highly accomplished and recognized Indigenous leadership trailblazer. For over 25 years, Freda has worked in the mining sector with industry and First Nations, dedicated to innovating Indigenous community engagement, empowering the Indigenous workforce, and mentoring the next generation of Indigenous leaders.
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6
Nov

LAUNCHING A CAREER IN AIRPORT SERVICES

When Andie Louie spoke with one of TNDC’s Airport Managers at the Tahltan Job Fair last spring, during her last year of high school, she knew her first job after graduation would be with TNDC’s Airport Services team. Fast forward to this past summer and that vision became reality.
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23
Oct

TNDC APPOINTS INTERIM CEO AND NEW PRESIDENT OF CONSTRUCTION

The TNDC Board of Directors is pleased to announce the appointment of Bruce Gordichuk, TNDC’s Vice President of Construction, as the Interim Chief Executive Officer and new President of Construction, effective October 23, 2023. Bruce will assume the role following the departure of Paul Gruner, who resigned effective October 20th.
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19
Oct

ANNOUNCING THE TNDC REWARD AND RECOGNITION PROGRAM Q2 2023 QUARTERLY AWARD WINNERS

Congratulations to the TNDC Employee Reward and Recognition Program Q2 2023 Quarterly Award Winners – Seth Burke, Dan Edzerza and Olive Lorimer – each of who are being recognized by their colleagues and supervisors for demonstrating initiative, dedication and commitment to our company and our clients.
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18
Oct

TNDC COMMEMORATES THE 113TH ANNIVERSARY OF TAHLTAN DAY

Today, October 18th, is an important and historical day for the Tahltan Nation. Tahltan Day commemorates the anniversary of the signing of the 1910 Declaration of the Tahltan Tribe and celebrates Tahltan culture, tradition, language, resiliency and independence. This year marks the 113th anniversary.
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17
Oct

TNDC AND SOLVEST PARTNER TO OFFER RENEWABLE ENERGY SOLUTIONS IN TAHLTAN TERRITORY

Tahltan Nation Development Corporation (TNDC), the business arm of the Tahltan Nation, and Solvest, a leading provider of renewable energy solutions, are pleased to announce their strategic partnership aimed at advancing sustainable and clean energy initiatives in Tahltan Territory.  Further, TNDC and Solvest are pleased to announce their first power project installation will be at the Schaft Creek Copper-Gold-Molybdenum-Silver Project located in NW British Columbia in Tahltan Territory which is owned by the Schaft Creek Joint Venture (SCJV) and operated by Teck Resources Limited (Teck) with a 75% interest and Copper Fox Metals Inc. with a 25% interest.
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11
Oct

TNDC SECURES SUBSTANTIAL FUNDING FROM BC GOVERNMENT FOR YEAR 2 OF THE PIONEERING HEO PROGRAM

Tahltan Nation Development Corporation (TNDC) is excited to announce that it has received funding from the Ministry of Post-Secondary Education and Future Skills - Indigenous Skills Training and Education Program to support the second year of the groundbreaking Tahltan Heavy Equipment Operator (HEO) program.
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3
Oct

GROWING TAHLTAN TALENT THROUGH MENTORING

Gavin Day’s recent promotion to Heavy Equipment Operator Trainer is an exciting step up the career ladder. He began his career with TNDC in February 2020 as a labourer at the Coast Mountain Hydro project. Thanks to TNDC’s on-the-job training, Gavin quickly moved up to operating heavy equipment with TNDC’s Red Chris TIA team. He began on a packer and rock truck, and then moved to a skidsteer, loader and excavator.
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29
Sep

REMEMBERING CANADA’S LOST INDIGENOUS CHILDREN AND SURVIVORS OF RESIDENTIAL SCHOOLS

September 30th marks two important days in Canada – National Day for Truth and Reconciliation and Orange Shirt Day – which recognize the harm inflicted on Canada’s Indigenous people from the horrific residential school system legacy. To further honour this solemn day, we are inviting TNDC team members to understand the tragic legacy of Canada’s residential schools and to wear symbolic orange shirts in remembrance of the lost children and survivors, We are providing orange shirts designed by Tahltan artist Huey Carlick – Turtle Island shares the message Every Child Matters.
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4
Sep

OPENING THE DOOR TO A CAREER IN WELDING

Working as a shop labourer this summer in TNDC’s Dease Lake Mechanical Shop has been an enlightening experience for Keenan Joseph. In addition to cleaning the shop and assisting the mechanical team, Keenan has been learning about welding – introducing him to a new career.
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