safety training: Their company, Cloud HSE, offers health and safety training plus risk management services, according to CBC. But rampant unemployment in a neighbourhood with large numbers of refugees, newer immigrants and Indigenous residents forced them into an unexpected role. Last year, Ahmed Hussein and Oways Sandouka opened a new office at 107th Avenue and 112th Street. Suddenly we became, basically, accidental social workers, said Hussein. Many have been unemployed for months, if not years. It went from the training to 'Please get me a job.' In downtown Edmonton, Rogers Place marks dividing line between 'different worlds'Tackling homelessness a major issue in Edmonton's Ward 6 council race Edmonton gains 4,000 jobs in September as jobless rate falls Since then, Hussein has volunteered his time searching for jobs and calling companies on behalf of those turning up desperate for work. (www.immigrantscanada.com). As reported in the news.
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