first_imgThe boundaries of NRIPC correspond to the boundaries of the Northern Rockies Regional Municipality.“The NRIPC’s goal is to prevent further degradation of ecosystems by invasive plants and to rehabilitate ecosystems that have been degraded by invasive plants within northeast B.C.,” writes co-chair of the committee Katherine Capot-Blanc.Responsibilities include the implementation of the NRIPC strategic plan and integration of awareness, partner recruiting, site reporting, planning, inventory, treatment of invasive plants and reporting.- Advertisement -“The coordinator will also insure efficient and effective administration and coordination of invasive plant management programs, crews and contracts including the NRIPC inventory and treatment contract and crews fielded by NRIPC partners and other stakeholders.”You’ll also assist with the NRIPC Steering Committee and Invasive Plant Council of B.C. as required.Qualified candidates are asked to have strong communication and organizational skills.Advertisement If you’re interested, contact Capot-Blanc at 250 774 6313 or email [email protected]last_img read more

first_imgJamie Carragher has told talkSPORT John Stones should turn his back on Chelsea and stay at Everton.The England central defender is wanted by the reigning Premier League champions, who have so far had two bids rejected, but the Anfield hero has urged the 21-year-old to remain on Merseyside.Carragher told Drivetime: “Every player should want to play at the highest level and win trophies, play in the Champions League and play for his country. That’s the aim of every player. It’s just [a question of] what is the right time for the player to go.“I think the right thing for John Stones would be to play for another couple of years at Everton. He’s playing really well but you have ups and downs as a young player, especially as a defender where you can make a couple of mistakes, give away a penalty, and your confidence goes. That’s part of being a defender and learning your trade.“I think it would be better for him to know he’s almost guaranteed to play week in, week out for Everton, go through those times with Everton, and then when he eventually gets his move to a top English club, as he will do, he’ll be going there a bit more experienced, a better player, and a bit more mature in his game.“When you get to that really top level, any little mistake, anything that’s not quite right, can cost your team a draw, or you drop three points, and that can end up costing a team the league title, or seeing them knocked out the Champions League.“You don’t want to be learning on the job when you’re at a top club. I think it would be better for him to spend another couple of years at Everton and then make that move.”last_img read more