The Gift of Partnership
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The Gift of Partnership

On February 12, a special luncheon and gift-giving ceremony was held at the Langley Member Centre to commemorate 10 years of partnership between CLAC and the Aboriginal Skills Group (ASG).

The ceremony opened with Squamish Nation singers performing traditional welcome and celebration songs. ASG then presented CLAC with a beautiful cedar carving by a Squamish Nation artist.

CLAC and ASG have partnered on major projects in the Lower Mainland such as the overhaul of Lions Gate Bridge, Sea-to-Sky Highway, Port Mann Bridge, and run-of-river projects.

“Hundreds of First Nations people from Squamish, Tsawsassen, and Musquean communities have enjoyed the benefits of this partnership,” says Linden Pinay, ASG executive director. “ASG is proud to be a partner in assisting Aboriginal people find and secure both training and employment.”

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