CNC is a publicly-funded post-secondary institution. It was established in Prince George in 1969, and has since expanded across central British Columbia, with campuses in Prince George, Quesnel, Mackenzie, Burns Lake, Valemount, Fort St. James, Fraser Lake and Vanderhoof. CNC enrolls about 5,000 students each year in approximately 90 distinct programs, including business and management, health sciences, trades and industry, social services, and technologies.
PGNAETA provides a wide array of services to seventeen First Nations, and Urban/Rural Centers in the field of Aboriginal Human Resource Development, with new and exciting initiatives aimed at increasing the opportunity for Aboriginal People to impact local economies.
School District 54 serves the communities of Moricetown, Smithers, Telkwa, Quick and Houston.
School District 91 serves more than 6000 learners in an area that covers more than 70,000 square kilometers of North-central British Columbia. Some of the communities served are: Burns Lake, Fort St. James, Fraser Lake and Vanderhoof.
A collection of the existing and reliable services that British Columbians count on for health information – BC HealthGuide, BC HealthFiles, BC NurseLine and Pharmacist service, and Dial-a-Dietitian – with expanded online and by-phone navigation service to help B.C. residents find the health resources and facilities they require, closest to where they live.
Northern Health provides health services to 300,000 people over an area of 600,000 square kilometers in the province of British Columbia. It is responsible for ensuring publicly funded health services are provided to the people of Northern BC.