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Laurentian University team wins mine rescue challenge

Laurentian University team wins mine rescue challenge

Sudbury students competed against teams from Canada, Germany, and the U.S.
Line crew program broadens horizons

Line crew program broadens horizons

Sudbury's Gezhtoojig Employment working with industry to maximize post-grad employment.
Innovation in health care

Innovation in health care

North Bay facility will offer senior care, educate future health-care workers
Wahgoshig common core program gets operational funds

Wahgoshig common core program gets operational funds

The program, delivered by Northern College in partnership with Primero Mining Corp., trains community members for work in the mining industry.
Cambrian offering new programs in 2017

Cambrian offering new programs in 2017

Mobile application development and project management programs respond to labour market needs, says Sudbury college.
Sault College gets $3.6 million in infrastructure funding

Sault College gets $3.6 million in infrastructure funding

The provincial funds will help three Sault College projects go forward.
Study to weigh viability of establishing university in Timmins

Study to weigh viability of establishing university in Timmins

The Northern Policy Institute has commissioned the study, which will be undertaken over the next two months.
Former Sault MPP named college aviation dean

Former Sault MPP named college aviation dean

David Orazietti, who resigned his post as Sault MPP and minister of Community Safety and Correctional Services on Dec. 31, 2016, will now serve Sault College as dean of Aviation, Trades and Technology, Natural Environment and Business.
Startup businesses flourish in Sagamok Anishnawbek First Nation

Startup businesses flourish in Sagamok Anishnawbek First Nation

New businesses are being launched by graduates of a Canadore College program geared toward helping aspiring entrepreneurs.
Université de Hearst setting up research greenhouse

Université de Hearst setting up research greenhouse

Université de Hearst is planning to construct a 1,000-square-foot research greenhouse where researchers will study the potential in growing fruits and vegetables in the North.