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July 15 – $2.48 million in funding for applied research and skilled trades

Posted on Jul 15, 2019
It was a million-dollar Monday today at Cambrian College. The Honourable Ross Romano visited Cambrian to make his first major funding announcement as Ontario’s Minister of Training, Colleges, and Universities. Romano announced $1.99 million in funding, through the Northern Ontario Heritage Fund Corporation (NOHFC), for new equipment for Cambrian’s Applied Research Department. The new equipment...

Cambrian College supports Samaritan Centre with Sock Donation

Posted on May 24, 2017
Pictured above are (L-R): Cambrian College’s First Generation Advising Program coordinator Alison Caruso presents 1,000 pairs of socks to Samaritan Centre Executive Director Kevin Serviss. On May 9, six boxes ( 1,000 pairs) of socks were presented to the Samaritan Centre on behalf of Cambrian College’s First Generation Advising program. The Samaritan Centre is an...

Knights of Columbus bursary receives welcome boost

Posted on May 5, 2017
Jim Cook – Trustee Knights of Columbus Father Brian McKee Council 1387 (left), Darlene Palmer – Cambrian Foundation Director of Development, Richard Rivard – Advocate Father Brian McKee Council, Bill Best – Cambrian College President, and Tony Sottile – Chancellor of Father Brian McKee Council on hand to extend funding of the Father Brian McKee...

Mural unveiled to celebrate Canada’s 150th

Posted on Apr 26, 2017
On April 15, students, faculty and alumni  from the School of Creative Arts and Design at Cambrian College partnered with the City of Greater Sudbury to unveil a new mural at Tom Davies Square that will foster community pride and inspire present and future artists. This latest mural was designed to help celebrate Canada’s 150th...

Business students advance in Be Your Own Boss competition

Posted on Mar 30, 2017
Cambrian College Business students Joel Renaud and Mitch Churchill are polishing their pitches for the next level of a Dragon’s Den-style competition between students at Laurentian University, Collège Boréal, and Cambrian. On March 28, Renaud and Churchill presented business plans to a panel of judges at the Be Your Own Boss On-Campus Pitch competition held...

Hayley Chisholm: Starting from fresh to key cog in the wheel

Posted on Mar 15, 2017
While the Northern Chill Volleyball Club has produced, of late, a fairly steady stream of talent that have moved on to compete with the Cambrian Golden Shield, Hayley Chisholm was not among them. Soccer was her thing, growing up. Born in Toronto but having moved to Sudbury at the age of one, the younger of...
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