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South River canoe maker dips into training fund

Swift Canoe Company of South River has received $32,000 from the Yves Landry Foundation. The funding will allow the company to implement a new training program to allow steady year-round production and avoid seasonal layoffs.

Sault College launches School of Business

Sault College has launched a School of Business, with a goal of enrolling 600 students within the next five years.

Laurentian approves budget

Laurentian University in Sudbury has approved a six-year, $136.9-million balanced budget, which includes provisions for the new school of architecture, new mining programs, and an update of the Sudbury campus. The budget marks a 3.

Sudbury college surpasses fundraising goal

The Collège Boréal Foundation has passed its capital campaign fundraising goal, raising more than $8 million for the Collège Boréal student scholarship fund and new facilities.

Campus name change for Northern

Northern College’s Porcupine Campus will now be known as Timmins Campus, following unanimous from the college’s board of governors recently.
Program helps Canadian vets trade in guns for tools

Program helps Canadian vets trade in guns for tools

Helmets to Hardhats is a national program that retrains military veterans for careers in the skilled trades

College unveils business plan

Northern College ’s Board of Governors has approved the 2013-2014 business plan which will guide the college’s undertakings for the next academic year.

Lakehead U lands research grants

Lakehead University scientists is receiving close to $1.

Cambrian College signs Aboriginal training agreement

Sudbury 's Cambrian College and the Apitisawin Employment and Training agency are teaming up to provide Aboriginal students with the opportunity to pursue certificate postsecondary programs.

Canadore offers online learning to China and Brazil

Canadore College and ClevrU Corporation announced a new collaboration to deliver advanced online learning opportunities to Brazil and China. International students have a significant economic impact to Canada.