New NADC Website

At the October 2017 General Membership Meeting the NADC Executive decided to transfer maintenance of the NADC website, facebook page and twitter from Dale Laluk as webmaster over to David Wieler. Please head to the new NADC website. If you want any content from the existing web site please download it right away, as the old website will be coming down shortly.

Thursday October 26th Evening Banquet

After a full day of classes, then general membership meeting, there will be a evening banquet. Supper will be provided by NADC. Drinks cash bar. Exact time is hard to determine, depending on the length of general meeting. Please check for location on the hotels signage in the entrance way.

Social Evening for NADC

There will be an social evening in the Cornerstone (located in the Ramada) 7pm – 10pm on Wednesday October 25th. Come on out and enjoy some informal fun time with your fellow activists.

Fall 2017 NADC School about to start. Where to park ?

The City of Prince George has dramatically changed the rules for parking downtown. Please familiarize yourself with them. Basically you can only park on the street for a maximum of three hours during the day. Moving your vehicle from one area to another doesn’t reset that counter. If you park say at 9 am and then come out at noon and move your vehicle somewhere and then return to the Ramada at 1 pm for the afternoon classes you will get a ticket. Please park in off street parking lots. The closets one is the city ran facility at 5th and George area . This is the same building where the Karahi King restaurant is located. Bring change for the parking meters.

If you are staying at the Ramada Hotel please use their valet service to have your vehicle parked.

NADC Scholarship details



  1. Applicants must be affiliated CUPE members or children of members within the CUPE locals of the Northern Area District Council.
  2. Children are defined as: natural, common-law, stepchildren, adopted.
  3. Continuing education in any post-secondary accredited facility, i.e.: university apprenticeship (Provincial Approved), trade facility (barber, hairdressing etc.)
  4. Must be graduating in the current year from a Secondary School, public or private.
  5. The $1000 payment will be made upon receipt of proof of enrollment for attendance in September of the graduating year, as well as January if attending a continuing education facility.


  1. A certified copy only of Grade 12 completions in the current year of graduation from a Secondary School, public or private.
  2. A brief explanation of your community involvement.
  3. A 1000 to 1500 word essay on one of the topics chosen by the Scholarship committee.
  4. Document must be in a double-spaced format, word processed or hand-written.
  5. The Scholarship Committee in writing will advise all applicants if they are the successful applicant or not.

Scholarship essay topic: Please chose a topic of your own, related to the labour movement.

Scholarship Deadline: Applications must be received by October 6, 2017 so that the scholarship(s) can be awarded at our NADC general meeting October 26, 2017. Note, there may be more than one scholarship awarded in 2017.

Please forward scholarship applications to or mail to 206-300 Brunswick St, Prince George, BC


Parking regulations for downtown Prince George have changed. Pay attention to the rules

The city of Prince George has a new parking system that you may not be familiar with. 

  1. You can only park for a total of 3 hours in the downtown core, on street. That doesn’t reset if you move the vehicle.
  2. If you need to park for more than 3 hours you need to park in one of the city parking lots or a private parking lot.
  3. What most people will do is park in the City of PG parkade that is adjacent to the Ramada and where guests staying at the Ramada would be parking.
  4. Do not park behind the Wood Inovation Design Centre as that is a private parking lot that doesn’t offer hourly parking. There is a parking lot to the north of the area behind the WIDC, that you can pay for hourly parking.

The City of Prince George has a website that explains parking. . Note many of the links do not work on the web page, other information is dramatically out of date or or out right wrong. Basically it comes down to you get 3 hours free. Doesn’t reset if you move the car to anywhere else in the downtown core and best to pay for off-street parking.