Position type: Accounts Management and Administrative
Location: Victoria, BC
Salary: Competitive, commensurate with experience
Application deadline: January 15, 2019
Postition: Indigenous Knowledge & Land Use Researcher
Postion Type: Full-time
Location: Victoria - with travel to remote communities in Canada
A Traditional Land Use and Occupancy Study Kwusen conducted in collaboration with the Upper Nicola Band was cited in the recent Federal Court of Appeal’s decision quashing the approval of the Trans Mountain Expansion Project.Read more
Position: Intermediate/Senior Front-End Web Developer
Position Type: Full-time, permanent
Annual Meeting of the Canadian Anthropology Society/la société canadienne d’anthropologie (CASCA) Santiago, Cuba
In May 2018, Kwusen researchers Towagh, Susannah, and Aurora were pleased to participate in a roundtable at the annual meeting of the Canadian Anthropology Society/la société canadienne d’anthropologie (CASCA) in Santiago, Cuba.Read more
The First Peoples Cultural Council is now accepting applications for the B.C. Language Initiative program (BCLI) for the 2018/2019 program year. Applications are due on Wednesday April 25th at 4pm.
For more information on the grant and how to apply, see the link below:
The Indigenous Knowledge & Land Use Research Assistant (RA) will support indigenous communities in land use research and planning. The RA will support Kwusen’s Researches on ongoing research and analysis related to the natural resource sector, environmental monitoring, and Aboriginal rights and title. The RA will be responsible for document management and coding and analyzing interview data using Kwusen Research & Media Ltd.’s web-based mapping technologies.Read more
Kwusen's Towagh Behr and Dave Nordquist from Adams Lake Indian Band were featured on the Aashukan Podcast, episodes 9 and 10, respectively.
You can find these episodes and more here.
"Episode #9: Towagh Behr, British Columbia, CanadaRead more
A year has passed since wildfire consumed 590,000 hectares of northern Alberta causing an estimated $3.58 billion in damage and forcing mass evacuations. McMurray Métis local 1935 was significantly impacted when its office burnt to the ground, many community members lost their homes.Read more
On February 15th and 16th,2017 Towagh and Dave Nordquist from Adams Lake Indian Band co-presented at the Workshop on Impact Benefit Agreements (IBA) and IBA’s monitoring tools, hosted by First Nations of Quebec and Labrador Sustainable Development Institute (FNQLSDI) in Wendake, Quebec.Read more