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StatsCan Depicts Employment Trends During Past Year

Editor’s Note: We don’t publish this with the intention that you should reconsider your choice of academic program or change your career path, but simply as a snapshot of what is happening in the Canadian employment marketplace at this moment in…
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CICan Predicts The Future

Contributed by Colleges and Institutes Canada (the Advocacy Organization for the Administrations of the Nation’s Colleges) Welcome to 2020. Seminal works of science fiction from the 19th and 20th centuries predicted the year 2020 in various ways –…
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Here's A Fair Chance To Get A Job

On Tuesday, January 21 – a week from tomorrow – have dozens of your resumes printed, get decked out in your most impressive wardrobe, and put some talcum powder on your palms to eliminate handshake-clamminess, as you take part in the most productive…
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Two Candidates Toss Their Hats In The Ring For SRC Presidency

There will be an election for the 2020-21 Presidency of the Student Representative Council (SRC), after two candidates filed nomination papers for the position this week. Running for the Presidency are, pictured, current Vice-President of Student…
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Province Announces New Guidelines For Partnerships

With Material from the Ministry of Colleges and Universities The provincial government has recently announced new guidelines associated with its decision to allow the continuation of public-private college partnerships in Ontario. BACKGROUND…
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Study Suggests Colleges Are More Accessible And Affordable

Editor’s Note: There are a number of ways to look at this study, but the gist of it is pretty simple – it’s a confirmation of the fact that a college education in Ontario is more affordable and accessible to students than a university one. Here’s…
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Province Bolsters Skilled Trades Training Funds

Editor’s Note: During the past couple of days, the provincial government has announced new funding to bolster skilled trades training in the province. The college is eligible to apply for this funding, if it develops programs that fit the government…
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Saints And Goodfellows Team Up To Deliver A Merry Christmas

The community-minded hard work of students, coupled with the generosity of the college’s administration, has led to a huge St. Clair donation to the city’s Goodfellows Christmas charity. The unprecedented success of students who volunteered for the…
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Sonographers Gather At College For Annual Symposium

Contributed by Christine Gardin On Saturday, November 23, St. Clair’s Diagnostic Medical Sonography program held an Education Day at the college. Over 100 students and sonographers filled the lecture theatre to listen to prominent radiologists Dr…
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BofG Briefs: OCMC, ECE, And Walking Safely

Items that popped up during the November 26th meeting of the college’s Board of Governors included: • Faculty observer George Vrantsidis reported that the St. Clair team participating in the recent Ontario College Marketing Competition (OCMC),…