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Job Training Eligibility

A commission on social assistance in Ontario says too many people in our province are being excluded from job training programs. Josh Hjartarson is the Policy Director of the Mowat Centre at the University of Toronto. He told our guest host Jane Hawtin that the federal government gives job training preference to those who qualify for employment insurance. And in Ontario only 40% of people out of work qualify for E.I. Listen audio (runs 6:30)

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