Working Together to Manage our Resources!
Resources North is a not-for-profit society that strives to unite natural resource dependent communities, First Nations, industry and government to find and implement durable solutions to resource and land use conflicts in northern British Columbia.
Premier's BC Natural Resources Forum
January 22-23, 2014, Prince George, BC
Now in its 11th year, and hosted by Mike Morris, MLA Prince George-Mackenzie, the Premier's BC Natural Resource Forum has grown to become the hub for everyone involved in the natural resource sector to get together for in-depth discussions, sharing of success stories, opportunities, innovations in technology, and expanding opportunities in the service and supply sector. Scheduled for January 22nd and 23rd, 2014, this is the kick-off conference of the year and the only one that designed for BC's entire natural resource sector.
We have the Honourable Christy Clark as our keynote luncheon speaker on Wednesday, January 22nd - this is a great opportunity to hear our Premier speak directly to the resource sector of BC.
We have eight sessions of respected experts and thought leaders from the resource sector as well as Members of the Legislative Assembly who will share their experience, insight and project updates.
If you are interested in the latest news on existing resource projects and emerging business in BC, then you won't want to miss this event.
If you are interested in meeting and socializing with your peers, then you won't want to miss out on our afternoon Meet & Greet reception on January 22nd, which is open to all delegates and exhibitors.
We have a limited number of spaces for delegates and booths. Early bird registration closes December 6, 2013. Don't be disappointed! Register online at www.bcnaturalresourcesforum.ca
Advancing Opportunities for
Cooperative Land Management Conference
On June 19-21, 2013 Resources North hosted the Coming Together Conference, which profiled examples of how cooperation leads to improved land management. By bringing together industry, communities, First Nationa and various other stakeholders, Resources North was able to showcase successful strategies that can be leveraged from one resource sector to another. This allows for partnerships to be formed for the benefit of all in the region.
All conference materials and presentations are posted here!
RNA has Moved!
Please note that our office has relocated to Suite 203, 2666 Queensway Street. We are excited to share office space with the following organizations, with whom we look forward to building strong synergies and working relationships:
- Central Interior Logging Association
- Council of Forest Industries
- Carbon Offset Aggregation Cooperative
- BC Forest Safety Council
- Malfair Law
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