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Dariya Baiguzhiyeva

Dariya Baiguzhiyeva

Dariya Baiguzhiyeva is a Local Journalism Initiative reporter covering diversity issues for TimminsToday. The LJI is funded by the Government of Canada

Recent Work by Dariya

Forestry company filling skills gap, labour shortage through international recruitment

Forestry company filling skills gap, labour shortage through international recruitment

EACOM Timber Corp. is addressing the employment issue in the north through international recruitment.
Land-based project teaches carpentry skills, provides healing

Land-based project teaches carpentry skills, provides healing

Skills development, college certificate help guide participants to careers in carpentry
Timmins business filling the skilled labour gap by hiring internationally

Timmins business filling the skilled labour gap by hiring internationally

Two welders from Ukraine started work at The Bucket Shop last week
Manager passionate about giving opportunities to people at their 'lowest in life'

Manager passionate about giving opportunities to people at their 'lowest in life'

'If I can make people’s lives easier or better while they’re working for such a great company, it’s a win-win for me'
There are thousand reasons to feel good in Timmins: settlement worker

There are thousand reasons to feel good in Timmins: settlement worker

'It's easy in Timmins to have someone open to show you around or introduce you to something new and I love that'
Fascinated by geology, Zeinab Azadbakht found her voice in Canada

Fascinated by geology, Zeinab Azadbakht found her voice in Canada

'What I love and (am) fascinated about geology itself is you don’t need a lab, you don’t need a textbook'
Niobium exploration program near Moosonee put on pause

Niobium exploration program near Moosonee put on pause

Moose Cree called for halt in junior miner's exploration after unauthorized use of road for drill program
Indigenous-owned electric company prioritizes giving back to communities

Indigenous-owned electric company prioritizes giving back to communities

Five Nations Energy is donating $1.7 million to First Nations communities, health centres
Cohesive, consistent message needed to market the North to newcomers

Cohesive, consistent message needed to market the North to newcomers

Northern Policy Institute spells out action plan to attract domestic, foreign migrants
Mushkegowuk chiefs call for moratorium on Ring of Fire development

Mushkegowuk chiefs call for moratorium on Ring of Fire development

They're concerned about the impact on unique wetlands and watersheds