Roberts Arm to benefit from job creation partnership

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Through the Job Creation Partnership program,
Three people will gain valuable work experience with the town of Robert's Arm through the province's job Creation Partnership program.
The provincial government will support this initiative through a maximum investment of up to $21,532.
This initiative, with a total cost of $28,339, will provide employment for three individuals with the town to prepare for the 50th Anniversary Come Home Year celebrations.
"Through the Job Creation Partnership program, three individuals will have the unique opportunity to be directly involved in planning and implementing an important community celebration," said Susan Sullivan, Minister of Human Resources, Labour and Employment. "Job Creation Partnership projects benefit both the program participants and area residents. Since the Provincial Government took control of this program in November, we have been working towards identifying ways to improve and expedite the delivery of the program, while ensuring it is tailored to more accurately respond to local, regional and provincial needs."
Through Job Creation Partnerships, non-profit community-based organizations, municipal governments and businesses partner with the provincial government to address local priority needs.

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