Adam Bathe | 2014-12-01 | Aurora College | CFSC | Colville Lake | Deline | FAC | Fort Good Hope | Norman Wells | NWT | PAL | Sahtu | Tulita | | Uncategorized | 159
We're currently touring the Sahtu Region delivering the Firearms Safety Course.One of the things that we have been noticing is the large number of people that have expired licences. If your licence has expired, you don't need to take the course over again! You just need to submit a new photo along with this s form.If you have a valid FAC, PAL, or POL but need to renew or update it, then you need to submit this form.We are wrapping up in Tulita today and will be carrying on to Colville Lake, Deline, Fort Good Hope and then Norman Wells. If you need help, a photo taken, or would just like someone to make sure the forms are filled out correctly, then drop by the Aurora College Learning Centre.
After graduating with a B.A. in Anthropology, Adam worked on numerous projects related to natural and cultural resource management throughout Western Canada. With Blyth & Bathe, he has garnered a wealth of experience delivering community-based environmental monitor training across the NWT and an extensive background in TK consulting work. A recent highlight for him was co-authoring the Species Status Report for Barren-Ground Caribou in the NWT: Traditional and Community Knowledge Component, for which he spent a month paddling the Thelon River.
Adam is wrapping up his MSc in Natural Resources Management, during which he has gained experience in establishing monitoring programs, developed a GIS-based analysis of habitat disturbances, and blended publicly available TK data with his scientific work. He is currently working with a number of communities to develop Guardians of the Land programs and is the technical writer for the Advisory Committee for Cooperation on Wildlife Management.
Blyth & Bathe is seeking LNG engineers and technicians to conduct pre-feasibility analysis of LNG for electrical generation in Tuktoyaktuk, Northwest Territories, Canada.Power generation in Tuktoyaktuk is currently provided by