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Northern College has launched an entrepreneur centre, whose resources will be available to students, apprentices, and graduates in all fields of study. (PHOTO SUPPLIED)

Northern College has launched an entrepreneur centre, which will deliver entrepreneurship training to the college’s post-secondary and apprenticeship students.The initiative is a joint project with the Business Enterprise Centre, Enterprise Temiskaming, the ... more >>

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Northern College launches entrepreneur centrePosted: 3/25/2015 2:59:44 PMNorthern College has launched an entrepreneur centre, which ...
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