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Our Get Into Customer Service program with Cineplex is off to a great start!

August 27, 2018

Get Into is a unique employment training program that connects young people aged 18 to 29 facing barriers to employment with employers looking to fill skills gaps and make a difference. Two Get Into Customer Service cohorts with employer partner Cineplex are currently in progress in Toronto and Oakville, Ontario. Continue reading “Our Get Into Customer Service program with Cineplex is off to a great start!”

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Military transition business boot camp returns to Regina for 6th year

August 20, 2018

Program helps transitioning members of the Canadian Armed Forces start their own businesses REGINA, August 20, 2018 – Prince’s Operation Entrepreneur (POE), a program of Prince’s Trust Canada, started its seven-day business boot camp for transitioning Canadian Armed Forces (CAF) members at the University of Regina’s Paul J. Hill School … Continue reading “Military transition business boot camp returns to Regina for 6th year”

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Military transition business boot camp celebrates its 10th anniversary

July 16, 2018

Program helps transitioning members of the Canadian Armed Forces start their own businesses ST. JOHN’S, July 16, 2018: Prince’s Operation Entrepreneur (POE), a program of Prince’s Charities Canada, started its seven-day business boot camp for transitioning Canadian Armed Forces (CAF) members at Memorial University of Newfoundland in St. John’s, N.L. … Continue reading “Military transition business boot camp celebrates its 10th anniversary”

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Saskatchewan Lieutenant Governor, elementary school students share story time to launch Indigenous languages project of Prince’s Charities Canada

June 4, 2018

Students from two local schools started the week with a unique story time session this morning. The students listened to a recently-published Cree-language children’s book read by Lieutenant Governor of Saskatchewan, His Honour the Honourable Thomas W. Molloy, alongside Elder Betty McKenna and author Mike Parkhill. Continue reading “Saskatchewan Lieutenant Governor, elementary school students share story time to launch Indigenous languages project of Prince’s Charities Canada”