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Twin Rivers has a great B.C. Idea

The Twin Rivers Education Centre has won $5,000 for its entry in BC Ideas, a provincewide social-innovation competition.

The Street School Advantage program develops individualized learning plans for adults to help them improve their education, transition to post-secondary or trades program and find employment.

This Twin Rivers’ prize was part of more than $270,000 BC Ideas provided to innovations throughout the province.

 

 

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