Capping fence posts with tin cans to increase visibility for sage grouse at Old Man on His Back, SK (Photo by Mark Taylor)

Forestry girl in a grand communications world

By Sophia Yang If you told me six months ago that my second UBC forestry co-op work term would be with the Nature Conservancy of Canada (NCC) working as the national communications intern, I probably wouldn’t have believed you. [ … ] Read More


Crowdless, a new WorkCabin film short

Being out in nature to explore landscapes and view wildlife is a huge part of the ethic being what WorkCabin does, or as we say, live breath wild, what we do. If you follow our founder on social media [ … ] Read More

Zero Talent

10 things that require zero talent

Yes, employers do characterize employees based on hard skills, however, it’s the soft skills and intangibles they always get asked about when someone calls them up for a reference about a job applicant. That’s why it’s essential to excel [ … ] Read More


WorkCabin now a Verified brand by Facebook achieved another exciting milestone on March 30, 2016 by becoming a Verified brand by Facebook. We are the first job board site of our kind in Canada to achieve the status. It’s another sign of WorkCabin’s extensive brand [ … ] Read More


Check out our new short conservation video

Canada’s conservation employers have partnered with since 2007 for genuine reasons: We’re the largest site of its kind in Canada and we’re authentically connected to what we do and why we do it. Here’s a short promotional video [ … ] Read More


WorkCabin surpasses 6000 Page Likes on Facebook

OK, we know it’s just a number and on social media, numbers mean very little. It’s the engagement that matters. And that’s why we’re excited to have reached a new milestone on Facebook … 6000 page likes! WorkCabin is [ … ] Read More


Thanks for making 2015 our biggest year ever

Huge thanks goes out to everyone who supports, tells friends about us, and has shared so many conservation stories with us in 2015. We have wrapped up our most successful year ever. We always say, very humbly, that [ … ] Read More