Employment and Youth Development Canada
Brampton Centre – Today, MP Ramesh Sangha, On behalf of Honourable MaryAnn Mihychuk, Minister of
Employment, Workforce Development and Labour announced funding of $447,620 at his constituency
office. This was exciting news for Rapport Youth & Family Services. Brampton youth are developing job
skills and gaining hands-on work experience thanks to a new project supported with funding provided by
the Government of Canada said – “MP Ramesh Sangha for Brampton Centre”.
The funding for this project through the Skills Link program, which supports projects that provide handson work experience, job search assistance and skills upgrading resources for youth facing barriers to
employment. This includes youth who are single parents, have disabilities, are newcomers, or live in
rural and remote areas..
“Supporting youth is a critical part of our government’s plan to strengthen the middle class and help
those working hard to join it. Giving youth a strong start will ensure that the next generation of capable
workers, entrepreneurs, business leaders, innovators and tradespeople achieve success, and grow our
– The Honourable MaryAnn Mihychuk, Minister of Employment, Workforce Development and
“Developing Canada’s youth is a priority. Rapport Youth & Family Services project is a concrete example
of what we can achieve for youth by working in partnership with organizations across the country.
Projects like this one can help put regular paycheques into the reach of those who need it. But more than
that, they give young Canadians the chance to change their future.”
– Ramesh Sanga, Member of Parliament for Brampton Centre