LCIC is Hiring an Executive Assistant – Apply Today!

LCIC Executive Assistant   Do you have a passion for your community and want to be part of an exciting, vibrant office environment with excellent wages, benefits and flexible work schedule?   The Lower Columbia Initiatives Corporation (LCIC) in Trail is seeking an Executive Assistant to work closely with the Executive Director in providing regional…

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Canadian Rural Revitalization Foundation Conference Support

Conference Funding Opportunity With funding from the Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada, the Columbia Basin Rural Development Institute is sponsoring the attendance of Basin-Boundary rural development practitioners and residents to attend the Canadian Rural Revitalization Conference. The purpose of this subsidy is to build capacity and is limited to non-presenters and/or people…

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Upcoming Luncheon: Major Income Tax Changes

  Major Income Tax Changes Luncheon   The Federal Government is proposing some of the biggest tax changes  in the last 50 years that will affect EVERY incorporated business,  big and small! Cindy Popescul, CPA, CA, Partner, Tax with BDO Canada will breakdown and explain the effects these changes will have on your business. Date: Thursday, September…

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Volunteer Position: City Representative to the LCIC Board of Directors

The Lower Columbia Initiatives Corporation (LCIC) provides economic development services within the Lower Columbia region and works to develop a creative, dynamic and competitive business environment that fosters economic growth. The LCIC is governed by a volunteer Board of Directors that sets direction and measures the impacts and outcomes of initiatives undertaken by the LCIC…

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Climate Change & Sustainability Funding Webinar Series

Climate Change and Sustainability Funding Webinar Series Do you need funding for an innovative environmental project in your municipality? Are you looking for grants to help your community adapt to climate change or reduce greenhouse gas emissions? Join this free webinar series from April 25 to 27 to learn how funding from the Federation of Canadian Municipalities…

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Trust Announces New Heritage Grant Program

  Heritage BC is pleased to announce that the first intake of Columbia Basin Trust’s new Built Heritage Grant, a three-year $6-million program which Heritage BC is administering, is now open. In February, the Trust announced its $6.75-million commitment to a three-year partnership with Heritage BC to establish the capital grants program and the Heritage…

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