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Camosun College MARCenTTS Funding Announcement

January 22, 2013
Victoria, British Columbia

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Minister Yelich (L) chats with Camosun College’s Kathryn Laurin and Dr. Tom Roemer in front of a ship engine donated for student training purposes.

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Dr. Tom Roemer, Vice President of Strategic Development for Camosun College, welcomes guests to the announcement.

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Minister Yelich speaks at an announcement in support of Western Canada’s Shipbuilding Action Plan at Camosun College.

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Minister Yelich joins Wärtsilä’s Mark Keneford, and Camosun College’s Kathryn Laurin and Dr. Tom Roemer at an announcement at Camosun College.

Today the Honourable Lynne Yelich, Minister of State for Western Economic Diversification, announced $2.56 million in federal funding to strengthen skills training in British Columbia through support for the Marine, Aerospace, and Resource Industry Centre for Training and Technology Support (MARCenTTS) at Camosun College. News Release >