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Students Will Have Opportunities to Work This Summer.

Premier Brian Pallister is asking Manitoba businesses to help young people to get summer jobs through a wage subsidy program.  He announced they are initiating the largest Manitoba Summer Student Recovery Plan in our province’s history. He explains this program will enable Manitobans to hire up to five summer students and it will allow them to receive up to five thousand dollars of matching subsidy on those salaries per student.


The program is open to Manitoba students ages 15 to 29 with an employment period from May 1st to September 4th for businesses still open and others preparing to open following upcoming recommendations provided by health officials.  For the first two weeks priority will be given to employers who do not qualify for the various federal government assistance programs.  For more information including how to apply for the wage subsidy go to www.manitoba.ca/covid19.


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