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People: Trades and Campaign

people: We know that trades are a great career that offers professional development, continued advancement, and a level of satisfaction that is remarkable, he said, according to Vancouver Courier. The Liberal government announced 6 million over two years in the 2019 budget to create a national campaign to promote skilled trades to young people. Trudeau made the announcement prior to a roundtable meeting focused on promoting trades for women at a Nova Scotia Community College campus in Dartmouth, N.S.article continues below Trending Stories Average rent for a two-bedroom apartment in Vancouver hits 3KVancouver lawyer censured for 'bullying' articling student who he fired, sued Canada Line marks 10 years of transit in Vancouver Baby food recalled after bugs found inside jars In brief opening remarks before the closed-door session, Trudeau said trades should be seen as a viable option at a time when there's a lot of uncertainty about where the jobs of the future will come from. However, Trudeau acknowledged that breaking into trades isn't an easy proposition for many in the job market. That's why talking about how important trades are is important . . . for everyone. There can be challenges for certain people to get into trades, particularly minority groups, or women, or marginalized communities. ( As reported in the news.