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Jessica Rempel

Jessica Rempel

Armstrong, BC
Control Systems Student Engineer

The Final Blog

September 14, 2018 3:04 pm Published by

Considering it’s the last week of September already, I guess I can officially say that summer is over 🙁 Luckily for me though, that doesn’t mean the end of my work term! My position with Tolko actually runs for 8 months, which means I will still be working here until December. As all of the other summer bloggers are undoubtedly heading back to school to finish their studies,

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Blog 7

September 11, 2018 2:47 pm Published by

Okay friends, it’s time I gave you an update on all the exciting things I’ve been doing at work. Because believe me, it has been VERY exciting (at least to me).

The project that I have been working on for the past 4 months (the one I described in blog #2) is finally being rolled out into the Sawmill.

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Californ – i – a

August 27, 2018 1:34 pm Published by

This past month my boss was ever so gracious to give me a week off work so that I could embark on a great adventure down to California. This wasn’t just any ordinary trip to California though, we were convoying down with 25 other people, down the Oregon coast, through the sand dunes, driving through redwood trees, and cruising over the Golden Gate Bridge.

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Blog 5

August 14, 2018 11:05 am Published by

Alright, it’s time for you guys to get the insiders scoop on all of the BEST things to do in the Okanagan. And by the Okanagan, I mean the paradise of British Columbia which lays between Penticton and Vernon. If you’re not one of the many Canadians who already vacation in the Okanagan, then you might want to change your flights after you’ve read how incredible this place really is.

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Tolko Sawmill

July 30, 2018 1:13 pm Published by

I’ve been talking about the mill quite a bit now, so I figured it’s about time that I gave you a rundown on how the mill actually works. Because if you’re anything like I was before I started here, you probably have no idea what happens inside those big buildings that bring in logs and miraculously spit out lumber.

So let’s start at the beginning.

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