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Opinion: Terminated Laurentian prof says it’s time to rebuild

Opinion: Terminated Laurentian prof says it’s time to rebuild

‘Overcoming devastation is something Sudbury is well known for’
Former Sudbury college lead joins research council

Former Sudbury college lead joins research council

Dr. Robin Craig has moved to the Natural Sciences and Engineering Research Council
Northern College takes to the road to deliver trades training

Northern College takes to the road to deliver trades training

Mobile trailers provide Indigenous residents in remote communities with an introduction to the basics
Sudbury's Cambrian College launches 2-year chemical engineering tech program

Sudbury's Cambrian College launches 2-year chemical engineering tech program

‘The industry has predicted a nine-per-cent increase in demand for chemical engineering technicians’
Housing costs see international students staying in motels

Housing costs see international students staying in motels

Northern College in Timmins is looking to partner with local landlords offering apartments or rooms for rent
Lakehead University announces the new dean of natural resources management

Lakehead University announces the new dean of natural resources management

New faculty head begins the job Sept 1
Northern College offers the basics in bioheating

Northern College offers the basics in bioheating

Biomass boiler system installed at the Moosonee campus
Mining and business icon Ned Goodman dies at 85

Mining and business icon Ned Goodman dies at 85

Montreal-born entrepreneur founded Laurentian University's new mining school in 2012
<updated>Women in the Trades:</updated> Mentorship needed to attract more women to trades: advocate

Women in the Trades: Mentorship needed to attract more women to trades: advocate

With skilled labour shortage growing, Rosane Parent believes industry must shift approach to training
Laurentian University restructuring plan ‘hard pill to swallow,’ says union president

Laurentian University restructuring plan ‘hard pill to swallow,’ says union president

Creditors will get a fraction of what they're owed in drawing from $53.5-million cash pool