Labour & Employment

Building a modern shipbuilding workforce

We’re training 20 indigenous students for jobs at the Halifax Shipyard in 2018. Our goal is for industries in Canada to see this as a way to train and employ all under-represented workers.

The Halifax Shipyard in 2010. The indigenous Pathways to Shipbuilding cohort follows a pilot involving a group of women. Photo courtesy of the government of Nova Scotia

By ELYSE ALLAN, KEVIN MCCOY

PUBLISHED : Wednesday, June 8, 2016 12:00 AM

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