College helps new Canadians enter skilled trades
Thursday, March 8, 2018
Salah Dib fled Syria about a year ago for a better life in Canada, one that would enable him to have a stable career he could excel at. At a time when skilled masons are greatly needed in the GTA, Dib enrolled in an intensive pilot project at the Skilled Trades College of Canada. And it comes with incentives: Dib, along with nine other students, do not have to pay tuition and will be connected with steady employment in residential bricklaying when the program ends.
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