“The Costs Are Reasonable”

The labour department in an Access To Information memo described as “good value for money” a program to subsidize temporary work experience for 686 university graduates at a cost of nearly $10 million. The ongoing program pays fifty percent wage subsidies to private companies to hire graduates for as little as ninety days: “Small businesses don’t have the money to train graduates who are not job-ready.”

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