The Globe and Mail – One man’s crusade for factory skills: “Training program would help keep jobs in Canada

“From shop-floor apprentice to factory boss, Douglas Greer spent most of his life making things, a line of work now increasingly left to the Chinese. At 77, he is devoting some of his remaining time to trying to save Canadian manufacturing, which he sees as doomed without a new corps of superskilled people to give it a jump on the low-wage competition”

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