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$744,000 for jobs training

West Pontiac Connects will be the beneficiary of $744,195 from the federal government for skills training. From left: West Pontiac Connects president Gene O’Brien, Pontiac MP Will Amos, Jerome Sallafranque, Mariette Sallafranque and Father Tim Moyle from St. Alphonsus Parish.

Chris Lowrey
CHAPEAU March 13, 2017
Pontiac Liberal MP Will Amos was in attendance at West Pontiac Connects (WPC) in Chapeau on Monday to announce $744,195 in funding for a six month skills development training program.
WPC is a non-profit organization that assists people who face barriers finding work like lack of education or single parenting responsibilities.

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