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Spearheading A Project To Train Homeless Youth In The Trades

Some people in Saint John have a plan to address both homelessness and unemployment in the city. A workshop will lay out a project to train at-risk youth in the trades.
Co-ordinator of Vibrant Communities, Barry Galloway and Ian Somerville, who was involved with a project in Toronto for youth who were living on the streets, tell us the story.



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