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The tour was held in April and allowed students to see first-hand the equipment Hydro One uses to deliver safe and reliable power across the province. The program at Confederation College is offered in partnership with Hydro One and designed to encourage Indigenous students from the north to apply, although it is open to all students. 


"Graduates of this program receive the tools necessary to develop a concrete career direction. They improve their critical thinking skills, use problem-solving techniques and develop crucial life skills essential for personal and career success," said Alice, Diversity and Inclusion Consultant.

As part of the day's events, students also heard from Station Services employees about the work they do at Hydro One. Paul and Jeremy, both Protection and Control Engineers, also presented an employment and training session to the students.

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