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HALIFAX – First year students at Nova Scotia Community College are hoping for jobs in the province when they complete their welding diplomas.
In the past, students who completed skilled trades programs in Nova Scotia often went west to finish apprenticeships and find well paying jobs. 196 more words
The North Carolinian, 23 August 1851.
Despite his firm-toned notice, Lewis Levy does not seem to have left Fayetteville after all. Well after the publication of this ad, he bought land in town, and his 1876 Southern Claims Commission statement asserts that he lived three miles from Fayetteville and owned nearly 200 acres in Cumberland County.
Reg Toews knows southern Manitoba like the back of his hand. As a High School Apprenticeship Program Co-ordinator in the Red River Technical Vocational Area (RRTVA), Toews’ key responsibility is to be a liaison between high schools, students and employers across five school divisions in the southernmost regions of the province. 497 more words