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Posted: Thursday, December 7, 2023
Respiratory Therapist Career Openings at Interior Health. 
The Interior Health Authority is the health authority for the Interior of British Columba.   We have immediate permanent full time and part time employment openings for Respiratory Therapists.
Posted: Thursday, December 7, 2023
Medical Laboratory Technologist 1
The SHA is the largest organization in Saskatchewan, employing over 44,000 employees and physicians responsible for the delivery of high quality and timely health care for the entire province.
We are driven by the commitment to improve frontline patient care for Saskatchewan people, and we are working together to better coordinate health services across the province to ensure patients receive high quality, timely health care, wherever they live in Saskatchewan. Establishing one provincial approach to plan and deliver health-care services will break down geographic boundaries and service silos, to provide more consistent and coordinated health-care services across the province.
We are currently seeking applications for the following Medical Laboratory Technologist 1 positions at Battlefords Union Hospital:
  • Posting GO-00740881-1 – Permanent Full Time
  • Posting GO-00737996-2 – Temporary Full Time, up to December 31, 2024
Job Summary:
Performs laboratory duties for the detection, prevention and management of physiological and pathological conditions.
The official job descriptions are found on the Provider Group website,
Required Qualifications:
Certified by the Canadian Society of Medical Laboratory Science
Licensed and registered by the Saskatchewan Society of Medical Laboratory Technologists
Medical Laboratory Technology Diploma
Knowledge, Skills & Abilities:
Ability to work independently’
Analytical skills
Basic computer skills
Communication skills
Interpersonal skills
Organizational skills
Valid drivers license, where required by the job
Additional Information:
Applicants must have or be willing to obtain training, approved by SSMLT, to perform ECGs within one (1) year of commencing position. Employment Incentives may be available for this position.
  • Salary of Pay Band: $36.62 to $39.22 (6 step range)
To view and apply to Medical Laboratory Technologist opportunities with the Saskatchewan Health Authority, please visit
Please forward your application via email, quoting the job posting number, complete with references, to:
Saskatchewan Health Authority
Human Resources
P. O. Box 39   North Battleford, SK   S9A 2X8
Fax: (306) 446-6810; Email:
All applications are appreciated, only those selected for an interview will be contacted.
A criminal record check is required prior to an offer of employment.
Posted: Tuesday, December 5, 2023
Happy December! 
I hope you are having a fantastic semester so far and are enjoying some crisp autumn weather! ?? 
My name is Jaden L. Phillips (they/them), I am the Youth Engagement Coordinator at Climate Reality Project Canada and an MSc student studying climate change communication at the University of British Columbia.??
I’m reaching out as Climate Reality Project Canada is now inviting new students & groups to join our Campus Corps program this school year, and we think the College of the North Atlantic would be an awesome school to have join the network! ?????????? As young people, we recognize that climate change will disproportionately impact our generation and those to come. Furthermore, as post-secondary students, we, YOU, are uniquely apt to channel that awareness into climate action mobilization on your very campus through this initiative! ??
About the Campus Corps Program
The Campus Corps is a dynamic, student-led initiative that equips individuals like you with the tools, networks, and skills to take meaningful action to combat the climate crisis right on your college or university campus. There are an awesome 24 active campus chapters in the U.S., and that momentum is mobilizing a growing network here in Canada as well! 
The Key Objectives
• Bring academic institutions to DIVEST from fossil fuels.
• Create greener & more sustainable campuses (notably in terms of ENERGY SOURCING).
• Ensure that universities and colleges significantly integrate climate justice into their CURRICULUMS.
Support & Structure: How Does it Work?
• Campus Corps Chapters and other participating students receive support from Climate Reality Canada through free resources + support for effective & impactful advocacy + for building relationships with peers, faculty & staff.
• This program empowers students by providing them with the tools, networks, and skills necessary to lead successful campaigns for meaningful change, on campus and beyond.
Why Join? 
1. Professional development: build your network and gain valuable, concrete, and hands-on experience.
2. Connect with Climate Reality’s extensive network, comprised of over 45,000 advocates worldwide, including over 1,650 Climate Reality Leaders in Canada.
3. Gain advocacy, activism, and leadership skills that meet students where they are, serving them long into the future.
4. Access unique resources that demystify the work of catalyzing change.
5. Access workshops and opportunities for mutual support to help students overcome eco-anxiety and transform it into agency and climate action.
6. Receive mentorship from fellow student organizers & groups on campuses with more advanced climate-mobilizing experience.
Whether you are a solo student hoping to feel less isolated, or a group of students ready to kick-start a campaign, we have the tools and resources to support you in your climate journey! We welcome students at all levels of organizing/advocacy experience and have different types of resources, programs, and tailored support for each. 

How Can You Get Involved?
• To kick things off, we would be delighted to host an INFORMATION SESSION – “Climate 101 + How to Mobilize for Climate Action on Campus” – where you can learn more about the program, ask questions, and meet fellow students interested in climate action.
o We are happy to present to a group of interested students (perhaps from the same student club, or not) or even just to you (an individual student) if you’re curious but don’t have any student pals in the climate space just yet!
• If this sounds neat and you’re interested in getting involved – or if you have any questions – please feel free to reach out to our Youth Engagement Coordinator Jaden L. Phillips at or to get started!
o Alternatively, schedule a call with them if you’d like to chat or ask questions in real-time!
• Calls with Chapters (or Chapters-to-be) to kick off the 2023/2024 school year will begin over the next few weeks. Please reach out if you’re interested in getting involved! ??

Whatever your situation or needs, we’d like to get Campus Corps Chapters – and even individual students outside the program - participating in a brand-new annual initiative we’re launching this school year: National Climate League: Campus Edition (NCLC).
The NCLC is a NEW annual campaign created to collect information on sustainability progress on campuses (colleges, CÉGEPs, and universities) across Canada. The NCLC will allow for benchmarking sustainability practices & initiatives to promote transparency and create an effective tool for on-campus climate action, similar to our NCL, but across Canadian campuses instead of municipalities. We provide a structured approach that includes:
1. Training for the collection of data and stories: recorded webinar, to be attended live or watched later.
2. Virtual events for data and story collection, allowing for optional group participation.
3. Supportive weekly/monthly meetings depending on need & capacity.
4. Consolidation, verification, and publication of the data and stories in a Standings document.
5. Campaign support to empower students to leverage the Standings as a lobbying tool.
Standings from the NCLC become a powerful lobbying tool or framework for action, building a strong foundation for future campus campaigns.
Looking forward to hearing back from you & to speaking with you all about how we can create a more sustainable & resilient future together, starting on your campus! ??????????

Posted: Monday, December 4, 2023
Recreation Therapist postings: – Vancouver General Hospital, Vancouver

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