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Cambrian student population reaches highest total in 10 years

Cambrian student population reaches highest total in 10 years

International student enrollment up more than 60 per cent at Sudbury school.
Porcupine Gold Mines donates to French-language heavy equipment programs

Porcupine Gold Mines donates to French-language heavy equipment programs

Collège Boréal has received 15 pieces of equipment to help train students in the motive power techniques and heavy equipment technician programs.
New aviation program coming to North Bay

New aviation program coming to North Bay

Ottawa Aviation Services will provide flight training to Canadore College students.
Algoma training course guides engineers into leadership roles

Algoma training course guides engineers into leadership roles

Algoma, formerly Essar Steel Algoma, is attracting and retaining new engineers through its Graduate Engineer Training Program, which allows the company to fill vacancies being left by retirees.
Cambrian welding prof receives national recognition

Cambrian welding prof receives national recognition

Trades instructor takes home Canadian Welding Association award
Sudbury to host health and safety symposium Oct. 12

Sudbury to host health and safety symposium Oct. 12

The event is an initiative of Workplace Safety & Prevention Services.
Indigenous learning centre lands $5.1 million in funding

Indigenous learning centre lands $5.1 million in funding

The Anishinabek Discovery Centre is being built on the Algoma University campus in Sault Ste. Marie.
Beef farmers, college look to recruit First Nations workforce

Beef farmers, college look to recruit First Nations workforce

Kashechewan members get a hands-on experience in rearing cattle
OPG knows talent when they see it

OPG knows talent when they see it

Provincial utility awards scholarships to northwestern students
More Indigenous women working in trades, says college

More Indigenous women working in trades, says college

Canadore College in North Bay is seeing an increase in Indigenous women enrolling in its Aboriginal Women in the Trades program.