The funding comes through two federal programs—the Workforce Development Agreement and the Labour Market Development Agreement—and brings the total funding earmarked for Quebec to $5.4 billion through 2023. “An estimated 240,000 more Quebec workers will benefit from employment and skills training programs and measures to transition into the job market, maintain employment or gain access to new career opportunities,” the federal government said in a release about the funding. (The Logic)
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