La Cité Collegiale
La Cité overhauls curriculum to emphasize competency based learning
The Ontario Progressive Conservative government’s first budget contained a few items just for Ottawa, and several more that are bound to have an impact on local businesses.
Amid rising demand for qualified graduates, College La Cité received over $2M in grants to invest in new labs and equipment
Algonquin College president Cheryl Jensen announced Tuesday she will step down when her five-year term expires at the end of this year.
Carleton University’s newish president was the keynote at the Mayor’s Breakfast in February, speaking to a jam-packed crowd of business leaders in city council chambers.
A partnership between two Ontario colleges and the province’s dairy council to establish Canada’s first hands-on cheesemaking training program will see Ottawa’s La Cité collégiale constru
From his office in what used to be known as “Animation Alley,” Chris Wightman sees an industry drawing momentum from a world-class talent pool and state-of-the-art facilities.
Two Ottawa colleges will get a cut of $45 million in previously promised federal funding aimed at promoting research partnerships between post-secondary institutions and private companies.
In more than 30 years as an employee at Carleton University, Larry McCloskey has seen the percentage of students with disabilities steadily rise.
College faculty in Ontario head back to their schools today, after a five-week strike was ended over the weekend with back-to-work legislation.