Hamilton,
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October
2014
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06:00 AM
America/New_York

Stoney Creek

The newest addition to Ontario's largest trainer of apprentices is a 12,000 square foot building now under construction across from the Gerald Marshall Centre for Transportation. Half of the $3 million building is dedicated to a shop where apprentices from across the campus will work together on large scale community projects. The centre will also include classrooms and programmable control labs.

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