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Campaign to lure students north had $31M impact

Campaign to lure students north had $31M impact

The five-year Study North Initiative has now drawn to a close
NORCAT developing experiential training tools for Vale

NORCAT developing experiential training tools for Vale

Programming to be used for safety, operations training
Program to train students in maintenance for battery-electric mining vehicles

Program to train students in maintenance for battery-electric mining vehicles

Collège Boréal’s new program will be offered in French and English
Province drops $2 million for Indigenous skills trade funding in northwest

Province drops $2 million for Indigenous skills trade funding in northwest

Supercom Industries, Anishinabek training centre receive money for upgrading, training and job readiness programs
'Humbling': New Laurentian University scholarships, lecture series named for Leo Gerard

'Humbling': New Laurentian University scholarships, lecture series named for Leo Gerard

Gerard retired as the Steelworkers International president last year 
Timmins college searching for new president

Timmins college searching for new president

Search has begun to replace Fred Gibbons
Safety has to be part every step of implementing battery electric vehicles

Safety has to be part every step of implementing battery electric vehicles

Workplace Safety North hosts symposium on rolling out battery-electric vehicles in mining
FedNor funds will help Laurentian University accelerate innovation and skills development

FedNor funds will help Laurentian University accelerate innovation and skills development

Feds kick in $150,000 for school's innovation lab
Ontario's skilled labour crunch could worsen by 2029

Ontario's skilled labour crunch could worsen by 2029

Construction forecaster predicts shortfalls in several trades
Trades training now offered in Kapuskasing

Trades training now offered in Kapuskasing

Collège Boréal introduces new welding, carpentry programs