The College of New Caledonia’s Quesnel Campus will host a public consultation session for the 2020-21 budget Friday, Jan. 31 at 3:30 p.m. in Room N212. (Photo courtesy of Mike Seehagel)

College of New Caledonia budget consultation session will be Jan. 31

The public consultation session will take place Friday, Jan. 31 at 3:30 p.m.

Community members who want to provide input into the College of New Caledonia’s 2020-21 budget are encouraged to take part in a public consultation session Jan. 31.

The College of New Caledonia (CNC) is using Digital Delivery Instruction (DDI) classrooms to connect each of its six campuses into a video conference session for the public budget consultation session. The session will take place Friday, Jan. 31 at 3:30 p.m. in Room N212 at the CNC Quesnel Campus.

To register to present at CNC’s public budget consultation session, email and include the presentation, name of presenters, name of organization if applicable, contact information, and the specific campus you wish to present from.

Presentations are limited to 10 minutes each. Written presentations will also be accepted for those who cannot make the public budget consultation session. Registration will remain open until Jan. 30.

Public budget consultation sessions are also being held at the Burns Lake, Fort St. James, Mackenzie, Prince George and Vanderhoof campuses.

For more information about CNC’s budget consultation process, visit

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