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Jobs for Youth Program funds student workers across PEI
Jobs for Youth Program funds student workers across PEI
Minister Richard Brown, Workforce and Advanced Learning, joins Alanna Jankov, Executive Director of The Guild, and summer students Grant Kenny (seated), Zac Elsinga (rear), Mika MacKinnon (left front), and Kristen Campbell (left rear) at The Guild.

Students across Prince Edward Island are gaining job skills, earning money and supporting their communities through the province’s Jobs for Youth Program, says Workforce and Advanced Learning Minister Richard Brown.

Ministers attend meeting with Maritime Seafood Coalition
Photo Credit: Tourism PEI, James Ingram

Minister of Workforce and Advanced Learning Richard Brown and Minister of Agriculture and Fisheries Alan McIsaac said they were very pleased with the information provided to federal and provincial government officials during the recent Maritime Fisheries Forum in Moncton.

Support increased for Literacy Alliance summer tutoring program
Literacy Alliance summer tutoring program
Julie MacGregor, literacy tutor, Christianne Grenier, HR director Master Packaging, Minister Richard Brown, Workforce and Advanced Learning and Jinny Greaves, executive director, PEI Literacy Alliance review materials for the summer tutoring program.

The Department of Workforce and Advanced Learning will partner with Master Packaging to assist the PEI Literacy Alliance’s summer tutoring program.

Island businesses surpass $1 billion in international exports
Island businesses surpass $1 billion in international exports
Premier and Finance and Energy Minister Wade MacLauchlan speaks to Island businesses and entrepreneurs.

Prince Edward Island exported more than $1 billion worth of goods in a single year in 2014, an historic milestone for the province’s business community.

Governments support Canadian Centre of Public Safety Excellence
Governments support establishment of Canadian Centre of Public Safety Excellence
(L-R): Shawn McCarvill, Slemon Park Corporation; Hon. Gail Shea, Fisheries and Oceans; Edgar MacLeod, Atlantic Police Academy; Premier Wade MacLauchlan; Brian McMillan, Holland College.

Holland College’s Atlantic Police Academy and the Slemon Park Corporation have partnered to establish the Canadian Centre of Public Safety Excellence, thanks in part to support from the federal and provincial governments.

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