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Power line joint ventures beckon

THE TERRACE Economic Development Authority is hosting a March 1 session for companies interested in taking advantage of business opportunities flowing from the Northwest Transmission Line.

"The best way to gain a competitive advantage is by partnering 

with First Nations to work together on these major projects," a press release from the authority stated today.

The session takes place at Skeena Junior Secondary School from 7-9 pm on March 1.

TEDA has been developing material aimed at businesses wishing to strike joint venture relationships with First Nations.

 

 

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