Re: Water Bleeders/Heat Tapes/Smoke Detectors
Once again, it is that time of year to turn on your Water Bleeders/Heat Tapes to prevent water line freeze ups.
We would like to also remind you to test the Smoke/Co2 Detectors that are in your housing unit. To test the unit’s alarm and LED lights operation you would push the Test/Reset/ button.
If you need assistance or have any question and concerns, please call Frank Vullings or Eliza Moses, NND Housing Department @996-2265 extension 118 or 119.
Letter from Dr. Gertrude Saxinger to FNNND:
it is a pleasure so send over the article that was released on 14th of April in Yukon News featuring the Mobile Workers Guide that NND and our ReSDA/LACE project jointly publish.
The guide book will be released in June. Now it is in the design process.
Would be maybe also an opportunity to feature this article on the NND website, if you like. In doing so the citizens would know what Susa and I are doing in the community when we are there. Thanks.
Hope you all are doing very well and you enjoy spring time! (We in Vienna had already 25C plus but now it started to snow again. Crazy climate change).
All the best, Gerti and Susa
LACE Website: www.resda.ca/labour-mobility
LACE Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/mobileminingLACE
Dr. Gertrude Saxinger
Department for Social and Cultural Anthropolgy, University of Vienna & APRI – Austrian Polar Research Institute
Universtitaetsstr. 7/C412, 1010 Vienna, AT // firstname.lastname@example.org // +43 660 2118551 //
Adjunct researcher at Yukon College, Canada
ReSDA Project “LACE Labour Mobility and Community Participation in the Extractive Industries – Yukon”