Feb 07, 2019

Milestone: LNG Canada trades program hits 1000th apprentice

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LNG Canada and the BC Construction Association have hit a milestone in their partnership to train apprentices in the province’s construction sector.

Marissa McTavish of Prince George is the 1000th apprentice to go through the Trades Training Fund, the two companies announced Wednesday, February 6.

“As a single mom, this opportunity to develop my skills in the electrical trade means steady employment, good wages, and self-respect,” added Ms. McTavish. “I want to thank Ben at Primus Electric and LNG Canada for this support in completing my apprenticeship and launching my career.”

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