Program helps unions, Aboriginal workers

Grebinski, Leisha
November 2010
Alberta Sweetgrass;Nov2010, Vol. 17 Issue 12, p12
The article offers information on the Trade Wind to Success program which is developed to support the training of Aboriginal people working in areas such as welding and carpentry in Edmonton and Calgary in Alberta.


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