Maskwacis Employment Centre gaining provincial recognition

The centre makes the Alberta Business Awards of Distinction finalist list

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The Maskwacis Employment Center Society is pleased to announce our selection as a finalist for the 2018 Alberta Business Awards of Distinction in the Eagle Feather Award of Distinction.

Finalists were announced Friday, Dec. 15.

This recognition by the Alberta Chambers of Commerce is a great honour for our organization. Along with being a finalist for the Eagle Feather Award of Distinction, Maskwacis Employment Center Society is also eligible for the prestigious Premier’s Award of Distinction.

Our Mission:

Maskwacis Employment Center successfully assists and promotes the independence of clients to prepare for, obtain and maintain employment through client based services and collaborative partnerships.

The awards will be announced on March 2, at Renaissance Edmonton Airport Hotel in Edmonton. For more information on the event, please go to the Alberta Business Awards of Distinction website at www.abbusinessawards.com

For more information on our selection as an award finalist please contact:

Lana Johnson, manager of the Maskwacis Employment Center Society or email, lana@maskwacisemployment.ca, or by phone, 780-585-4450.

More information on Maskwacis Employment Center can be found on our website Maskwacisemployment.ca.

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Staff at the Maskwacis Employment Center are excited to be nominated for the Alberta Chambers of Commerce 2018 Alberta Business Awards of Distinction in the Eagle Feather Award. Photo submitted

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