Shown at a recent meeting with officials at Irving Shipbuilding, (L-R), Owen Fitzgerald, Executive Director, Unama’ki Economic Benefits Office, Alex Paul, Director of Training, UEBO, Anna Marenick, Manager of HR for Irving Shipbuilding and Mike McAloon, Vice President, Industrial Benefit Programs, Irving Shipbuilding.

Unama’ki, NS, Feb.6, 2013 – The federal government is contributing $6 million in funding for the Unama’ki Economic Benefits Office (UEBO) in Membertou, to train Aboriginals across Nova Scotia for opportunities resulting from the $25 billion Irving Shipbuilding contract.

“This is a unique integrated human resource development plan for Nova Scotia Aboriginals, prov ...

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