Mulcair announces NDP plan to create youth jobs during Winnipeg campaign stop

WINNIPEG — The leader of the federal New Democratic Party announced his party’s plan to create more than 40, 000 youth jobs during his second campaign stop in Winnipeg Thursday morning.

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“We will work with small businesses, industry and NGO’s to create jobs, paid internships and coop placements for young Canadians,” Mulcair said Thursday morning. The NDP leader said the jobs would be created over four years.

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Mulcair was at the Operating Engineers Training Institute of Manitoba, which provides training to heavy equipment and crane operators.

The federal NDP leader was last in Winnipeg August 20th.  During his first campaign visit he addressed a campaign rally at the RBC Convention Centre.

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