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June 8, 2009
P.E.I. exhibition program gives job training
Eight local unemployed people will get on-the-job construction experience thanks to federal support for an employment project managed by the Prince County Exhibition Association. Gail Shea, Minister of Fisheries and Oceans made the announcement on behalf of Diane Finley, Minister of Human Resources and Skills Development.
“Our government supports Canadians, especially in these challenging times, and helps them contribute to the quality of life in their communities,” said Shea.
The Prince County Exhibition Association will receive $120,000 in federal Job Creation Partnerships funding to help build a new barn to host community events.
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