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Canada's Greatest Summer Job
Thirty-two talented students chosen for Canada’s Greatest Summer Job
Opportunity of a lifetime will require young Canadians to film their experience at Canada’s most treasured places
Banff, Alberta, May 6, 2010--Minister Jim Prentice, Canada's Environment Minister and Ministre responsible for Parks Canada today announced the names of the 32 lucky students who will participate in Canada’s Greatest Summer Job as video reporters for the summer. These students took part in a national competition for the fantastic opportunity to connect to Canada’s most treasured places.
Mr. Alan Latourelle, Parks Canada CEO, and Ms. Sarah Iley, Vice President Programming for the Banff Centre, are shown surrounded by the 32 students chosen for Canada's Greatest Summer Job, Thursday, May 6, 2010, in Banff, Alberta. © Parks Canada
Parks Canada CEO, Mr. Alan Latourelle, welcoming the 32 students from the
Best Summer Job program. © Parks Canada