Since we always have our phones with us, the pictures on our phone give a good representation of where we’ve been and what captured our attention. So to sum up my experience in Slave Lake so far I would like to share some pictures from my phone....
I had heard that a lot at school and a lot from my parents since numerous saw mills closed in the Vancouver area back in the late 1980’s. When I came to Slave Lake Pulp (SLP), I was expecting to work mostly with pulp and other wood products that...
Firstly, I would like to thank the Forest Products Association of Canada (FPAC) and Slave Lake Pulp (SLP) for this wonderful opportunity. The managers at SLP were very welcoming and assisted me in every way possible with my move to Slave Lake.
Opportunity: Whether you are a senior manager, a skilled tradesperson, a new graduate, or someone looking for a new career path, we all seek opportunity at one time or another.
My experience at Tolko and in the forest products industry has been...
Photos From My Experience at Slave Lake (so far)
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