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Trades ticket ‘the biggest asset’ for women considering skilled labour careers

Trades ticket ‘the biggest asset’ for women considering skilled labour careers

Upcoming Jill of All Trades event aims to inspire young women to take up trades work
Sault College welcomed first cohort to mechatronics program in September

Sault College welcomed first cohort to mechatronics program in September

Four-year degree program to deliver skills and knowledge in mechanical, electrical and computer engineering
TD Bank donates $150K to battery electric vehicle program

TD Bank donates $150K to battery electric vehicle program

Funds support equipment for Cambrian College course in Sudbury
COVID-19 driving 'transformative' changes to workplace culture, says expert

COVID-19 driving 'transformative' changes to workplace culture, says expert

Organizations that prioritize worker safety and mental health will lead the charge
Land-based project teaches carpentry skills, provides healing

Land-based project teaches carpentry skills, provides healing

Skills development, college certificate help guide participants to careers in carpentry
Algoma Steel buys into Sault College's mechatronics program

Algoma Steel buys into Sault College's mechatronics program

Steelmaker chips in $100,000 for four-year program to start in 2022
Student investment challenge returns to Sudbury this January

Student investment challenge returns to Sudbury this January

Undergraduates must recommend gold company as part of Goodman Gold Challenge
<updated>Women Leaders in Business:</updated> A champion for equality and entrepreneurship

Women Leaders in Business: A champion for equality and entrepreneurship

Thunder Bay's Rosalind Lockyer empowers Northern Ontario women to realize impactful lives
Laurentian University faculty going after insurance money, claiming mismanagement

Laurentian University faculty going after insurance money, claiming mismanagement

Union makes claim against Laurentian’s leadership under insolvency legislation
Courts OK Laurentian’s request to extend insolvency restructuring into 2022

Courts OK Laurentian’s request to extend insolvency restructuring into 2022

LU had hoped to exit CCAA by the end of the year, but says a number of factors have prevented this from happening