News & Updates

Keeping the lights on for over 4 million people across the province takes a lot

Keeping the lights on for over 4 million people across the province takes a lot of talented people doing many different jobs. –

Until January 17th, BC Hydro is accepting applications from the indigenous community for the Spring 2020 Try-a-Trade program. This nine-week paid work experience program offers exposure to BC Hydro careers such as Generation plant operators, CPC Technicians, Electricians, Fleet mechanics and Meter Technicians.

Interested Musqueam members that meet the listed eligibility requirements (swipe left) are asked to contact @musqueam_employment_training for application assistance. –

Questions can be sent to:
Indigenous.Employment@bchydro.com

Tonight we celebrate the past year and welcome the next. –

At MCC, we are conti

Tonight we celebrate the past year and welcome the next. –

At MCC, we are continuously grateful for our team, our partners and our people. We have set our goals for 2020 with intention and our dedication to achieving them remains strong. –

As we forge ahead into the the new year, we reflect on the generations of Musqueam before us, and the future generations we are planing for. –

We wish you all the best in the New Year! –

On behalf of the entire MCC Family, we wish you and your loved ones a joyous hol

On behalf of the entire MCC Family, we wish you and your loved ones a joyous holiday season and warm wishes for the New Year! –
Please note, our offices will be closed from December 20th to January 3rd. Our office will re-open January 6th, 2020. –
Enjoy the festive season! –

Meet Jay Mearns, Operations Manager at MCC. A member of Musqueam, Jay has extens

Meet Jay Mearns, Operations Manager at MCC. A member of Musqueam, Jay has extensive experience in managing projects in the Maritime, Building trades, and Career Development sectors. He has worked with over forty First Nation groups across Canada and various levels of government. Jay addresses new business opportunities and oversees the management of the various assets owned by the Musqueam First Nation. –