Humber Students Are The Future

(TORONTO, ON) – Energy Minister Chris Bentley visited Humber College students in the Sustainable Energy and Building Technology Program, where they are training to be the next generation of highly-skilled workers in the provinces growing clean-energy industry. Ontario has introduced new postsecondary and apprenticeship programs focused on sustainable energy technology. Presently, 13 colleges and three universities in Ontario offer programs related to clean energy, including Humber College.

Supporting the next generation of clean-energy workers, while building a clean energy system that supports healthier families, a healthier environment and a healthier economy is part of the McGuinty government’s plan to create and support jobs for Ontario families while ensuring we have the electricity we need to power our homes, schools, hospitals and our economy.

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