A Message From Ken Veldman for the 2018 BCNRF
Panel Speaker Ken Veldman, Director of Public Affairs for our Sponsor, the Port of Prince Rupert, looks forward to sharing their story and many others at the 2018 BC Natural Resources Forum to be held at the Prince George Civic Centre January 16-18. Join Ken Veldman, the Port of Prince Rupert, and many others at this exciting event – for more details and to register, head to www.bcnaturalresourcesforum.com.
This annual event brings together 800-900 First Nations, government, industry, business, and community leaders; allowing attendees to learn about the challenges and opportunities in the Forestry, Mining, Energy, Agriculture, Tourism, and Trapping sectors. Look for more information about speakers and topics at the 2018 BC Natural Resources Forum in the weeks ahead.
“The Forum offers a neutral, non-partisan and positive arena to discuss and learn first-hand the latest news, trends and opportunities linked to the resource sector in BC. There is no other gathering that provides this diversity of speakers, delegates, exhibitors and leaders under one roof to discuss issues and explore the challenges and unprecedented opportunities unfolding in the province. This year the Forum will introduce two new panels on International Trade, and Balancing Socio-Economic, Cultural and Environmental Values. View program
We are proud to announce that Premier John Horgan will attend the Forum and give the Keynote Address at the Luncheon on Wednesday, January 17. Delegates can look forward to an outstanding roster of speakers. View speaker biographies
Attendance is again expected to reach 850 delegates making it one of the largest conferences in Northern BC each year. The 2018 Forum will continue to include a huge contingent of federal, provincial and local government leaders, as well as continuing strong interest, support and attendance by First Nation leaders, representatives from resource developers and service and supply sectors that are the foundation of our resource economy.” – from bcnaturalresourcesforum.com