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Scholarships available to Sudbury business students

Scholarships available to Sudbury business students

Incentive offered through Cambrian College starting in September
<updated>Communities on the Move:</updated> Home sweet tiny home

Communities on the Move: Home sweet tiny home

Collège Boréal and City of Greater Sudbury partnering on comprehensive study assessing tiny home viability
<updated>Women in the Trades:</updated> A knack for problem-solving drew Jody Bosse to plumbing

Women in the Trades: A knack for problem-solving drew Jody Bosse to plumbing

Nipissing First Nation member and co-owner of Poly-B Plumbing expands Orillia business into the North Bay area
Collège Boréal, Université de Hearst sign articulation agreement

Collège Boréal, Université de Hearst sign articulation agreement

The agreement is aimed at students graduating from Boréal’s finance and business administration program
Laurentian University's secured creditors paid in full

Laurentian University's secured creditors paid in full

Unsecured creditors to be compensated for only 14 to 24 per cent from cash generated through property sale
<updated>Jobs of the Future:</updated> Rewarding work comes with life as a personal support worker

Jobs of the Future: Rewarding work comes with life as a personal support worker

The need for these important health-care workers has soared through the pandemic
Laurentian names new interim president, provost

Laurentian names new interim president, provost

Both new interim leaders are academics at southern Ontario universities
Confederation College and Lakehead University to offer separate nursing programs

Confederation College and Lakehead University to offer separate nursing programs

Overall enrolment at the two schools will increase as a collaborative nursing degree program is terminated
After 22 months, Laurentian finally exits creditor protection

After 22 months, Laurentian finally exits creditor protection

Sudbury university was the first public university in Canada to use CCAA to restructure its operations, a situation the Ontario AG said never needed to happen in the first place
Expanded dual credit program aims to draw more youth to trades

Expanded dual credit program aims to draw more youth to trades

Province has announced $4.8 million for expansion of high school studies