Chief Sidney Peters of Glooscap FN.

HALIFAX – The Federal government is committed to investing in the future of young Canadians today and providing them with the digital skills they need for the jobs of tomorrow.

Announced on January 23, this will also include Mi’kmaw children and youth from Kindergarten to Grade 12.

“Becoming the most innovative country begins with investing in Canadian talent. Our government is committed to equipping Canadian youth with the digital skills they need for the future. By teaching kids to code today, we’re positioning Canada for future success across all industries and sectors because these kids will facilitate digital adoption, making all Canadian industries more profitable and globally competitive.” – The

Honourable Navdeep Bains, Minister of Innovation, Science and Economic Development

Included in the Federal Budget ...

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