Oshawa isn’t the only place from which Sault Ste. Marie is looking to lure skilled tradespersons.

The Sault is also targeting Bombardier Inc. workers in Thunder Bay, Tom Vair, the city’s deputy chief administrative officer for community development and enterprise services, said today (Monday).

This summer, Bombardier said it will lay off half the 1,100 workers at its Thunder Bay plant on Nov. 4 as GO Train and Toronto Transit Commission streetcar contracts wind down.

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