Halifax group wants one-fifth of construction jobs reserved for African Nova Scotians

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Halifax’s fieldwork team requires 20 percent of construction and service contracts for a major rehabilitation project for African Nova Scotia.

Hyphen Interfaces The Cogswell Interchange Area is designed to be a welcoming community with gardens, bicycle routes, shopping and migration centers. The cost of the project is the US $ 65 million.

The 902 Man Up team, sponsored by African Nobes Scoors-owned construction companies, is one-fifth of all construction workers and must be ranked fifth by African workers in New Zealand, and the fifth place in the developed region must be Noah of Noahs the Sophia.
A statement issued by the group said that black people are far higher in the general regions than the White Noa and less money than the Socinians.

According to Canadian census statistics in 2006, 2.4 percent of Noah’s squads were identified as BLACK. Halifax is 3.7 percent.

Local business owner Duan Jones told CTV Atlantic that it would support the proposal.

“This kind of program is important to help us build,” Jones said. “We want to be in a world where I do not need to do it, we had any last name, and we made it that way. What exactly are you doing?”

Chairman of 902 Man Up, CTV Atlantic, said their next move would be to assist the campaign. On Monday, May 27, plans to release more information before a public meeting.

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