TimberWest: Call for Artists – First Nation Cultural Art Showcase

TimberWest: Call for Artists – First Nation Cultural Art Showcase

TimberWest is once again hosting the First Nation Cultural Art Showcase Program, and we are looking for three artists to represent one of each of the three major language groups on Vancouver Island. The opportunity includes: 8-12 pieces of commissioned art work. A two...
The Garden of Spiritual Healing: In Memory of Chief David Bob

The Garden of Spiritual Healing: In Memory of Chief David Bob

The Snaw-naw-as mustimuxw who reside in Nanoose Bay, BC, are reaching back to their ancestral roots through the development of a Garden of Spiritual Healing; which is being constructed in memory of the late Chief David Bob. In the Coast Salish way of life there lies a...
TimberWest: Part of Canada’s Digital Technology Supercluster

TimberWest: Part of Canada’s Digital Technology Supercluster

Innovation and the smart use of technology are core to the TimberWest strategy.  We are striving for a step-change improvement on safety and productivity, and technology is the enabler. The Federal Government has recognized the role that innovation and technology play...
Job Shadowing Experience in the Forest Sector

Job Shadowing Experience in the Forest Sector

In August, TimberWest had the pleasure of hosting Caelan McLean, a 17 year old Grade 12 student from Highland Secondary School and member of K’omoks First Nation, for a 10 day summer work experience.  Caelan wanted to better understand the career possibilities in the...
Timberwest: 2017 a Year in Review

Timberwest: 2017 a Year in Review

We published our Sustainability Progress Report this year with clear goals for 2017, and we can proudly say we have accomplished nearly all of them; from signing two important long-term Access Agreements with membership-based outdoor recreation groups, to achieving...
Malahat Nation and TimberWest Renew Memorandum of Understanding (MoU)

Malahat Nation and TimberWest Renew Memorandum of Understanding (MoU)

Malahat and Nanaimo, BC: Malahat Nation and TimberWest Forest Corp. renewed their Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) that reaffirms both parties to their commitment to partner on cultural, environmental and economic opportunities around existing initiatives and future...

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