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Two former long-time area residents create award in memory of some of Dawson Creek’s finest citizens

Two former long-time area residents create award in memory of some of Dawson Creek’s finest citizens

DAWSON CREEK – In the September 2016-17 academic year Monty Bissett and Bill Lawrence contributed $5,000 to create the award in memory of Bill Testawich, Jim McPhail, Don Kirschman, Hazel Beaulieu, and Wandy Kravontka. The award amount was matched by the NLC Foundation to bring the total award amount to $10,000.

Tuesday, June 13, 2017/Categories: College News
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Northern Lights College instructors delighted to assist with restoration of historic canoe

Northern Lights College instructors delighted to assist with restoration of historic canoe

TAYLOR – Northern Lights College (NLC) Carpentry instructor Stephen Janssen and colleague Michael French from the Professional Cook program know a thing or two about canoes and classic rock after a few weeks working together on the District of Taylor’s restoration of a historically significant canoe.

Friday, May 19, 2017/Categories: College News
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International students giving back to the Dawson Creek Community through charitable initiative

International students giving back to the Dawson Creek Community through charitable initiative

DAWSON CREEK – There was a moment in class last month when Northern Lights College instructor Amna Khaliq thought her Business Management students were going to “fire” her.

Friday, April 28, 2017/Categories: GeneralCollege News
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Northern post-secondary institutions collaborating on international educational pathways

Northern post-secondary institutions collaborating on international educational pathways

Four post-secondary institutions in Northern B.C. are working together to make it easier for international students to transition from college to university.

 

Friday, April 28, 2017/Categories: GeneralCollege News
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Remembering our National Day of Mourning

Remembering our National Day of Mourning

REGION WIDE – April 28 marks a National Day of Mourning in Canada, and in many countries around the world, as a time to pay our respects to, and remember, the thousands of workers who have been killed, injured or suffered illness because of work-related incidents.

Friday, April 28, 2017/Categories: GeneralCollege News
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Skills Canada Peace Region team returns home triumphant

Skills Canada Peace Region team returns home triumphant

REGION WIDE – The Skills Canada Peace Region team has come away from the provincial competition with a superb haul of medals, including three golds.

Friday, April 07, 2017/Categories: GeneralCollege News
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Province establishes scholarships for women in technology

Province establishes scholarships for women in technology

VICTORIA - A $500,000 investment will establish scholarships at public post-secondary intuitions that encourage women to pursue education that align with the needs of the growing tech sector in British Columbia.

Wednesday, April 05, 2017/Categories: GeneralCollege News
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Increased staffing for student support a 2017-18 Northern Lights College budget highlight

Increased staffing for student support a 2017-18 Northern Lights College budget highlight

REGION WIDE – The Northern Lights College Board of Governors has approved a balanced budget for the 2017-18 fiscal year, announced Board Chair John Kurjata.

Monday, March 20, 2017/Categories: GeneralCollege News
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Attention Students: T2202A Forms now available on Webadvisor

Attention Students: T2202A Forms now available on Webadvisor

T2202A Forms (Tuition, Education, and Textbooks Amounts Certificates) are now available for download on Webadvisor. If you do not have login information, please email WebAdvisorHelpdesk@nlc.bc.ca
Monday, February 27, 2017/Categories: College News
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Funding employment skills for Aboriginal students in Vancouver-Coast Mountain

Funding employment skills for Aboriginal students in Vancouver-Coast Mountain

NLC students benefit from partnership programs

VANCOUVER - More than 250 Aboriginal learners in the Vancouver- Coast Mountain Region are receiving training in their communities through programs that will prepare them for jobs such as early childhood educators and trades such as welders and cooks.
Wednesday, February 08, 2017/Categories: GeneralFinancial AssistanceCollege News
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