Skip to content

Training & Education

Collège Boréal spending $500,000 on iPads

Collège Boréal spending $500,000 on iPads

On the same day Apple introduced its iPad 3, Sudbury's Collège Boréal announced it will be giving all of its full-time first-year students one of the tablet computers this fall.
Hydro One reinvests in college electrical consortium

Hydro One reinvests in college electrical consortium

Northern College and Hydro One have recharged a successful partnership with a new four-year agreement and a fresh injection of training funding from the provincial utility.
Cambrian students qualify for energy design challenge

Cambrian students qualify for energy design challenge

Cambrian College students Ashley Remeikis and Ryan Halk are finalists in a home-design contest that challenges participants to incorporate energy-efficient solutions into the blueprint.
Ten-year-old boy acclaimed for his entrepreneurship

Ten-year-old boy acclaimed for his entrepreneurship

Most kids begin and end their entrepreneurial adventure with a lemonade stand, selling the cold drink to pedestrians for a quarter or two. Calin Ranger tried it once -- for a day -- and thought he could go bigger.
Enormous response in China for Manitouwadge's English as a second language program

Enormous response in China for Manitouwadge's English as a second language program

Manitouwadge and Confederation College are on the brink of securing a $20-million loan to help bring international students from China into the small community for a one-year academic program in English as a second language.
Trades demand sparks $22M project at Sudbury's Collège Boréal

Trades demand sparks $22M project at Sudbury's Collège Boréal

Collège Boréal is once again putting shovels in the ground at its Sudbury campus, where construction has begun on a $22-million, 89,000-square-foot building to house a raft of new trades programs.
Helping aboriginal youth succeed at Laurentian University

Helping aboriginal youth succeed at Laurentian University

Sixteen-year-old Vanessa Lewis is involved in a Laurentian University program which she said is helping her to simultaneously get in touch with her cultural heritage and prepare for her future. Lewis, a Grade 11 St.
Paul Martin launches first high school/university program in Ontario

Paul Martin launches first high school/university program in Ontario

A partnership that enables Aboriginal youth to earn high school and university credits at the same time was announced April 27 at Laurentian University.
Lakehead appoints new president

Lakehead appoints new president

  Brian J. R. Stevenson will become the sixth president of Lakehead University on Aug. 1, following the retirement of Frederick Gilbert.
Ground broken at Parry Sound Canadore campus

Ground broken at Parry Sound Canadore campus

The groundbreaking of the new Parry Sound campus of Canadore College marks the beginning of construction of the permanent home for the area's college students.