Christian Picciolini's work is focused on battling extremism and providing options for redemption to those embroiled in a life filled with hate. The featured speaker in the Selkirk College Mir Lecture Series will explore his own background as a white power leader and provide insight into why individuals go down this dark road.
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Twelve Camosun College carpentry students from the Nuxalk First Nation will celebrate the completion of their fourth-year apprenticeship level, at a special celebration in their home territory this evening in Bella Coola, B.C. All students who completed all elements of their apprenticeship requirements are being acknowledged tonight, five of whom have passed their Interprovincial Carpentry Red Seal exam.
Where the waters meet: international S’TEṈISTOLW̱ Indigenous education conference returns to Camosun College
Camosun is hosting the prestigious S’TEṈISTOLW̱ Indigenous education conference in August 2020, opening its doors to welcome hundreds of delegates including educators, administrators, community leaders, scholars and allies in the field of Indigenous adult and post-secondary education.
Langara College signed an agreement with Simon Fraser University (SFU) on February 6 making it easier for Indigenous students to transfer seamlessly from the College to the university as they pursue degrees starting in September 2020.
Through vital partnerships in the region, Selkirk College continues to be a leader among rural post-secondary institutions in Canada. The work being done by faculty and student researchers has been enhanced through recent federal government funding aimed at applied research and innovation.
Justice Institute expands online law enforcement degree to northeast BC
There’s no shortage of poorly paid artists in Vancouver. But Tate Westerman studied fine art and still managed to earn a decent living, thanks to his passion for automobiles. In 1995, he studied to become an automotive technician at Vancouver Community College because it was a pathway for him to express himself creatively and escape poverty.
A new partnership between Prince George Emergency Dental Outreach Clinic and the College of New Caledonia (CNC) is creating additional opportunities for dental care services to those in need.
The Coast Mountain College Board of Governors announced today that it has selected Justin Kohlman, an experienced post-secondary leader, as Coast Mountain College’s new president.
It's a national walk with a highly localized focus and this year's Coldest Night of the Year events in Castlegar and Nelson will once again put a spotlight on some of the most vulnerable people in our communities. To help raise awareness for the issues surrounding the walk and ensure its success, Selkirk College Nursing Program students are getting involved on the frontlines.