job sites: The Regent Park resident had not, but decided to enrol in construction boot camp program Hammer Heads, according to NOW Magazine. She says it's the best thing she could have done for herself. In 2014, Tricia Ward walked into an employment centre and was asked if she'd ever considered working in the trades. Now in fourth year, she's the program's youth co-chair and has almost completed her 9,000-hour plumbing apprenticeship. On some job sites the guys can be harder on you because you're different, says Ward, who now lives in Etobicoke, bought a car and can afford to travel. Being female and Black, the pressure I feel is different. (www.immigrantscanada.com). As reported in the news.
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