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Feds look to skills, innovation, and highly-skilled workforce

There's been a multi-partisan interest in this for decades because Canada needs more competitive sectors to ensure that the workforce is as skilled as possible.

OTTAWA—Building on five years of governing, the newly-elected Conservative government will focus on growth and job creation and will help develop a "highly skilled and flexible workforce," while ensuring that all Canadians have the skills and opportunities to contribute, innovate and succeed. So said Governor General David Johnston in the Speech from the Throne on June 3.

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Feds look to skills, innovation, and highly-skilled workforce

There's been a multi-partisan interest in this for decades because Canada needs more competitive sectors to ensure that the workforce is as skilled as possible.

OTTAWA—Building on five years of governing, the newly-elected Conservative government will focus on growth and job creation and will help develop a "highly skilled and flexible workforce," while ensuring that all Canadians have the skills and opportunities to contribute, innovate and succeed. So said Governor General David Johnston in the Speech from the Throne on June 3.

  

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