- October 16, 2012 - 09:52
Isn't it nice that they will be shown job sites that they will never work on until they go away to alberta for 5-6 years to get their experience. Then they can go home to these sites and work for far less money what a delight. The government needs to get these apprentices work in the province to address the issues with labor shortages, instead of relying on immigration to fill the gap with cheap labor. Industry day what a slap in the face.
- October 16, 2012 - 10:35
"The total includes 17 students from the college’s Safety Engineering Technology Co-op (a post-graduate diploma), 16 students from Mechanical Engineering Technology and 16 Architectural Engineering Technology students." These students certainly do not fall under apprenticeships and can find work in this province at any point - work outside of the provice certainly not require to "get hours".