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OCTOBER 17, 2013
REGINA — Saskatchewan Premier Brad Wall says training and manufacturing are up next in the province’s growth plan.
In a speech to the Regina Chamber of Commerce, Wall said 1,000 new training seats will be created in the coming year, including 300 new apprenticeship spots and 700 new spots for the Adult Basic Education program.
Wall said 27 per cent of those classes are delivered on reserve.
“We’re not going to have a jurisdictional fight with the feds about this,” Wall said Thursday.