Rinse Rupert Laundry, A GFN Business Through and Through

For those of you in the Prince Rupert area with more dirty clothes than time, there is a local business ready to handle all of your laundry needs. It’s called Rinse Rupert Laundry, formerly known as Mommy’s Laundry.  Located at 217 – 6th Street (between Third...

Connected Coast Project Arrives at Hartley Bay

The Connected Coast project continues to lay fibre-optic cables across Northern B.C. allowing households and businesses to have high speed communication services for the first time. The project has now reached the remote village of Hartley Bay with over 250 kilometres...

Get Connected with CityWest Gitga’at Communications Corp.

Communication is a key piece of economic and community growth. That’s why the Gitga’at First Nation and CityWest have formed a partnership to bring improved high-speed internet connectivity via subsea cables to rural communities along the North Coast of BC.    What is...

What Can the Aboriginal Entrepreneurs Program Do for You?

The Aboriginal Entrepreneurs Program (AEP) is a federal government initiative designed to boost entrepreneurial activity and business growth in Canada’s First Nations, Inuit and Métis communities.  The program’s goal is simple – to increase the number of successful...

Get an introduction to trades with the Free Boot Camp.

Do you have a family member, friend, or know someone who has a strong interest in a career in the trades? JFJV, in conjunction with the Industry Training Authority of BC (ITA BC) and UA Piping Industry College of BC (UAPICBC), will be holding our third Introduction to...