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Cranberry students will benefit for a government grant

The Manitoba government is providing funding to upgrade skills training equipment across the province to prepare young Manitobans for job opportunities and help businesses meet the growing demand for skilled workers.

             

Frontier Collegiate Institute in Cranberry Portage will receive 22,783 dollars for a Briggs and Stratton engine training system, plasma cutter, wash tank and welders.

             

Premier Greg Sellinger says their Skills Build program is giving students the opportunity to begin a rewarding career path earlier than ever.  He says by training on the same equipment used by industry young Manitobans will be able to land good jobs and apprenticeships right out of school and right here at home.

 

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