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Metis Nation BC (MNBC)


Metis Nation BC (MNBC) represents thirty-eight (38) Métis Chartered Communities in British Columbia.  MNBC’s mandate is to develop and enhance opportunities for Métis communities by implementing culturally relevant, social, and economic programs, and services. Métis Nation BC is recognized by the Métis National Council, Provincial Government of British Columbia, and the Federal Government of Canada, as the Governing



Mosaic is one of the largest settlement non-profit organizations in Canada. We serve immigrant, refugee, migrant and mainstream communities in Greater Vancouver and the Fraser Valley as well as throughout the province of BC. Mosaic offers a wide array of services from Employment services to counselling, for more information on services they provide click here.

Open Door Group


Open Door Group – assists people to prepare, obtain, and sustain meaningful careers and to support people in the pursuit of lifelong learning. They are also a service provider that oversees many of the WorkBC offices across BC and offer programs like Opportunities Fund that supports candidates that identify as having disabilities.

Progressive Intercultural Community Services Society (PICS)


Progressive Intercultural Community Services Society (PICS) - is a registered non-profit organization. PICS Society provides a broad spectrum of programs and services which includes Employment Programs, Settlement Services, Language Services, Social Programs and Housing Services in the Vancouver area. Their services assist new immigrants, seniors, farm workers, women, and youth.

Skill Plan


Skill Plan is a nationally recognized leader in workforce development programming. They have close to 30 years of experience providing workforce development servicesand resources to the unionized construction industry, as well as other sectors. Skill Plan works closely with BCIB to offer a Mentorship program that enables us to establish and apply industry best practices in



WorkBC is the provincial government's access point to the world of work in British Columbia. It was created with one key goal – to help all British Columbians to successfully navigate B.C.’s labour market. WorkBC centres across BC work with BCIB to help applicants through our application process, identify where applicants may benefit from local

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