Government of Canada supports Just Transition from coal-generated power in Saskatchewan and Alberta

$5.8 million for communities in Saskatchewan and Alberta to attract business, create jobsSASKATOON, SK, Sept. 25, 2020 /CNW/ - Transitioning from coal-fired power is an important step to protect our climate and create a more sustainable economy. Such a change has to be done in a just and fair way for Canadians affected by the move away from coal. Through Western Economic Diversification Canada (WD), the Government of Canada is investing to strengthen communities affected by coal transition, A enabling their residents to pursue meaningful careers and enjoy a high qualify of life for generations to come.Federal support helps communities in southeast Saskatchewan and Alberta's Cactus Corridor region attract investment, expand local businesses and create jobsAs part of the Government of Canada's commitment to support affected workers and their communities, the Honourable MA©lanie Joly, Minister of Economic Development and Official Languages, and Minister responsible for Western Economic Diversification Canada today announced $5.8 million in funding to support 12 economic development, training and career support initiatives in Saskatchewan and Alberta. The funding comes from the Canada Coal Transition Initiative (CCTI), and includes:
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