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Software-testing firm secures $500K to train, employ Indigenous students

Software-testing firm secures $500K to train, employ Indigenous students

PLATO Testing completed second training program in Sault Ste. Marie in November
With a $10.6M deficit, Laurentian president says change crucial for university

With a $10.6M deficit, Laurentian president says change crucial for university

Haché said if there’s one positive coming out of 2020, it would be the resilience of the Laurentian community
Pandemic slows, but can't stop Experimental Lakes Area

Pandemic slows, but can't stop Experimental Lakes Area

Skeleton crews ensure more than half-century chain of data continues through pandemic at the ELA, but major projects on microplastics and oil spills delayed.
Tourism program rolls with the pandemic punches

Tourism program rolls with the pandemic punches

Confederation College's travel, eco-adventure program hits the 50-year milestone
Sault welcomes first newcomers under immigration pilot

Sault welcomes first newcomers under immigration pilot

Government announces increased flexibility to eligibility requirements
Automation firm helps with technology upgrades at Thunder Bay college

Automation firm helps with technology upgrades at Thunder Bay college

Lakeside Process Controls outfits Confederation's Instrumentation Lab
Occupational health conference will showcase student work

Occupational health conference will showcase student work

CROSH to host one-day virtual event on Jan. 22
Sault university will offer full online degrees

Sault university will offer full online degrees

Algoma University will be one of first in province to make the move
Northern College wants to hear about your workforce needs

Northern College wants to hear about your workforce needs

Surveys launched for employers and job seekers for labour market analysis
Finalists named in Sudbury 2050 design challenge

Finalists named in Sudbury 2050 design challenge

Voting now open for people’s choice award