If you are an Indigenous citizen (status and non-status) resident of an urban or village townsite, this opportunity may be for you!!

Hadi′h, Tansi, Welcome!

The Prince George Nechako Aboriginal Employment and Training Association (PGNAETA) Board of Directors and Staff are pleased to welcome you as a guest into our world.

We serve the First Nations and Urban Aboriginal community in the north-central interior of British Columbia. Our service philosophy is centred on value-added programs and services to achieve the highest standard with customer rapport, product leadership and operational excellence.


" We  Are  A  Visionary  Team 

Dedicated  To  Promoting  

The  Self - Sufficiency  Of  

Aboriginal  People "


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Continued safety of the staff and public will be a priority of PGNAETA

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A trades and technology strategy with each component capable of operating independently, to have maximum impact in the community.

Recent News

Accepting applications on behalf of the BC Rural & Remote Regional Advisory Board under the Reaching Home: Canada's Homelessness Strategy Program.

Visit the BC Rural & Remote Ongoing Application Call page for more information and to access the application and application guide. 

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Mar 19, 2024

On September 30th, Canada marks its National Day for Truth and Reconciliation, a countrywide day of learning and reflection.

PGNAETA’s office will be closed so that our staff can honour the lives lost, recognizing the impact residential schools has left on our survivors, our families and our communities.  We shall collectively strengthen ourselves.

We encourage you to  participate with us at the National Day for Truth and Reconciliation events hosted by the Lheidli T’enneh nation from 2:00 to 3:00 pm at the Lheidli T’enneh Memorial Park in Prince George, or if travel permits join the Nadleh Whut’en as they host “Healing our Hearts” event at Tse Yaz Bunk’et (Lejac site) outside of Fraser Lake .

Sep 29, 2022

On Monday September 19, 2022, PGNAETA will extend our condolences to the House of Windsor for the recent passing of their matriarch, Queen Elizabeth of England.  It is our custom to do so when we hear of the passing of matriarchs.

However, we will observe Monday September 19, 2022 in honor of Indigenous Matriarchs.  Those glorious women who have gone on before us and those who are still with us.  We will acknowledge the resilience of our Matriarchs and the fortitude they demonstrated as they stood their position on the hill and forged pathways for our future.  We will lift our hands up in remembrance and gratitude.  

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Sep 15, 2022

16-week program to lead successful indigenous graduates to an apprenticeship as a construction craft worker.
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Dec 14, 2021

State of emergency extended to continue B.C.'s COVID-19 response
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Aug 20, 2020

PGNAETA's Annual Report for 2018/19 is now available. Click here to access.
Jun 30, 2020

Please note that there is a document titled 'Summary of Publicly Available Information on Federal and Provincial COVID-19 Supports' dated May 1, 2020.

This document is available on our FB page.

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May 4, 2020

PGNAETA and Canfor are pleased to announce an exciting opportunity for Indigenous applicants interested in obtaining training to be a log truck driver.
Feb 19, 2019

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198 Kingston Street
Prince George,
British Columbia
V2L 1C3

Tel: 250-561-1199
Fax: 250-561-1149
Toll Free: 1-800-510-0515