17
Sep
2021
Posted by: In: Canada, Consumer, downtown Peterborough, Education, Entertainment, Features, news, Peterborough, Shop local, Student Activities, things to do, Tourism, Trent University

Trent University students can explore Peterborough (and win prizes) by playing bingo – Peterborough

Trent University students are being encouraged to play a round of bingo, but this game has a bit of a twist. Each square on the recently launched “Discover Peterborough” bingo card directs participants to a location on campus or in Peterborough’s downtown. “It’s an opportunity for Trent University students…
03
Mar
2021
Posted by: In: cathedral, Education, Holy Rosary School, news, Regina Catholic School Board, Regina Catholic School Division, Regina News, Saskatchewan News

Regina Catholic School Board looking for partners to keep community school open – Regina

The Regina Catholic School Board is looking to find partners who can help develop a business plan and keep a school in the Cathedral neighbourhood open. Holy Rosary School has approximately 96 students. Board chairperson Vicky Bonnell said if partners aren’t found, the school will be closed by June…
04
Nov
2020
Posted by: In: Brent Devolin, Broadband Internet, Cell Service, Cellular, cellular service, Doug Ford, Economy, Education, Ford in Minden, Internet, Laurie Scott, minden, Minden Hills, Ontario cell service, Ontario government, Ontario internet, Ontario politics, Politics, Rod Phillips, Tech

Ontario investing $1B over 6 years to improve internet, cellphone service

The Ontario government is committing nearly $1 billion over six years to improve and expand broadband internet and cellular access across the province. In the village of Minden on Wednesday afternoon, Premier Doug Ford announced an additional investment of $680 million on top of $315 million announced in 2019…
28
Apr
2019
Posted by: In: City of Kelowna, Education, Kelowna, kelowna city council, Kelowna University, news, Student Population, UBC, UBC Okanagan long term plan, UBC-Okanagan, UBCO, University Growth

UBC Okanagan expects to grow to 18,000 students by 2040

In the next two decades, UBC Okanagan expects to increase its student population by around 80 per cent. The school is presenting its vision for its future to Kelowna City Council this week. READ MORE: UBC aiming to reduce bird strike deaths By 2040 the Kelowna university campus expects to…
10
Feb
2014
Posted by: In: Education, Sask ED, SIIT, University of Saskatchewan

University of Saskatchewan business school partners with SIIT – Saskatoon

SASKATOON – The Edwards School of Business and the Saskatchewan Indian Institute of Technologies (SIIT) signed an agreement Monday that fast-tracks Aboriginal students to a U of S commerce degree. The partnership means that graduates of SIIT’s two-year business diploma program are now half way to completing a four-year U…