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2018-05-29 14:03 House intervention / intervention en chambre

Inter Action Travail, Statements by Members, Youth employment

Déclarations de députés, Emploi des jeunes, Inter Action Travail

Mr. Speaker, last week, I was pleased to make an announcement that will greatly benefit young people in my region.

Through the “Le réemploi sous toutes ses formes, on en fait notre affaire” project developed by Inter Action Travail, an organization based in Sainte-Agathe-des-Monts, 16 young people will have the opportunity to acquire the skills and knowledge they need to better integrate into the labour market.

For 22 months, these youth will work at La Recyclerie and will help to preserve our environment by giving construction materials and other used objects a second life.

I am privileged to be part of a government that cares about young people, encourages people to integrate into the labour market, and is aware of rural realities in areas all across Canada, such as Laurentides—Labelle.

I am extremely proud to have announced a federal partnership of $365,000 under the skills link program to support Inter Action Travail's wonderful project.

Monsieur le Président, la semaine dernière, j'ai eu le plaisir de faire une annonce très bénéfique pour les jeunes de ma région.

Grâce au projet intitulé « Le réemploi sous toutes ses formes, on en fait notre affaire », Inter Action Travail, basée à Sainte-Agathe-des-Monts, permettra à 16 jeunes d'acquérir des compétences et des connaissances leur permettant de mieux intégrer le marché du travail.

Pendant 22 mois, ils travailleront à La Recyclerie et contribueront à la préservation de notre environnement en donnant une seconde vie à des matériaux de construction ou des objets usagers.

J'ai le privilège de faire partie d'un gouvernement qui se préoccupe des jeunes, qui favorise l'intégration au marché du travail et qui est conscient des réalités rurales de notre pays, comme c'est le cas chez nous, dans Laurentides—Labelle.

Je suis surtout extrêmement fier d'avoir annoncé un partenariat fédéral de 365 000 $, provenant du programme Connexion compétences, pour soutenir le merveilleux projet d'Inter Action Travail.

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