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Cambrian plans to increase degree offerings to four

Cambrian plans to increase degree offerings to four

Sudbury school adding three-year bachelor of applied computing degree program to roster
Province allocates $62.9M for youth skilled trades training

Province allocates $62.9M for youth skilled trades training

Funds will expand apprenticeship opportunities for secondary school students
Hard hats and safety vests as North Bay teachers seek student career paths

Hard hats and safety vests as North Bay teachers seek student career paths

Many unaware of how much mining is implanted in the North Bay area
Feds raise minimum cost requirement for international students

Feds raise minimum cost requirement for international students

Students must meet new financial threshold before approval to study in Canada
Sudbury's NORCAT wins international virtual reality award

Sudbury's NORCAT wins international virtual reality award

Organization picked up nod for program that trains electricians to inspect fire alarm systems
Support for Indigenous women in trades coming from feds

Support for Indigenous women in trades coming from feds

Keepers of the Circle providing employers, apprentices with tools for a welcoming workspace
Providers needed to help train women in trades, entrepreneurship

Providers needed to help train women in trades, entrepreneurship

Province making available $5.5 million under the Women’s Economic Security Program
Sudbury instructor celebrated with national architecture award

Sudbury instructor celebrated with national architecture award

Jonathan Kabumbe of McEwen School of Architecture wins Canadian Architecture Award of Excellence
Laurentian University has named its new president

Laurentian University has named its new president

Dr. Lynn Wells, formerly of Brock University, to take the reins of the Sudbury school in April 2024
Thunder Bay group home fined after 2022 workplace violence incident injures two

Thunder Bay group home fined after 2022 workplace violence incident injures two

Dilicio Anishinabek Family Care entered guilty plea, had not conducted workplace violence risk assessment