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An in-person convocation ceremony was held at the College of New Caledonia in Quesnel on Thursday, June 2. (Rebecca Dyok photo — Quesnel Cariboo Observer)

Post-secondary graduates honoured in Quesnel

An in-person convocation was held last week at the CNC and UNBC South-Central Campus

 

Students returned to College of New Caledonia’s campuses for a new semester Tuesday, Sept. 7. (Photo courtesy of Mike Seehagel)

New semester underway at College of New Caledonia campuses

Physical distancing, daily health checks amid greater face-to-face learning encouraged

 

Classes are cancelled for the College of New Caledonia’s Quesnel Campus on June 29. (Photo courtesy of Mike Seehagel)

Quesnel college campus closes due to heat

The College of New Caledonia will be closed on June 29 due to a “cooling issue”

Classes are cancelled for the College of New Caledonia’s Quesnel Campus on June 29. (Photo courtesy of Mike Seehagel)
The graduating class of Health Care Assistants toss their caps into the air after receiving their honours. (Cassidy Dankochik Photo - Quesnel Cariboo Observer)

Quesnel CNC graduates celebrate at distanced ceremony

The students celebrating are some of more than 1,200 who are graduating in 2021

The graduating class of Health Care Assistants toss their caps into the air after receiving their honours. (Cassidy Dankochik Photo - Quesnel Cariboo Observer)
(Black Press Media files)

‘Relatively bleak:’ Post-secondary students face rising debt and few summer jobs

The president of the Canadian Alliance of Student Associations said he’s hearing from students across the country who are struggling to find jobs

(Black Press Media files)
The College of New Caledonia board of governors approved a two-per-cent tuition increase for domestic and international students for 2021-22. (College of New Caledonia Facebook Photo)

CNC tuition going up by two per cent for 2021-22

The College of New Caledonia faces increased costs due to COVID-19 and less international revenue

The College of New Caledonia board of governors approved a two-per-cent tuition increase for domestic and international students for 2021-22. (College of New Caledonia Facebook Photo)
CNC Quesnel regional principal Tim Lofstrom speaks during the March 1, 2019, launch of College of New Caledonia’s new visual identity and brand. This year, CNC is building its new strategic plan for the years 2021-2026, and the college is hosting a series of virtual strategic planning town hall meetings Sept. 21-29. (Quesnel Cariboo Observer File Photo)

Public input wanted to help shape CNC’s next 50 years

The College of New Caledonia is hosting virtual strategic planning sessions Sept. 21-29

CNC Quesnel regional principal Tim Lofstrom speaks during the March 1, 2019, launch of College of New Caledonia’s new visual identity and brand. This year, CNC is building its new strategic plan for the years 2021-2026, and the college is hosting a series of virtual strategic planning town hall meetings Sept. 21-29. (Quesnel Cariboo Observer File Photo)
Dylan Closs, who was in Grade 5 at École Red Bluff Lhtako Elementary at the time, learns about our organs in the biology lab at College of New Caledonia’s Quesnel Campus during last year’s Science and Technology Day. This year, Science and Technology Day takes place Friday, Feb. 21. (Observer file photo)

Celebrate all things science Feb. 21 at the College of New Caledonia

CNC Quesnel Campus hosting School District 28 science fair and offering presentations, open houses

Dylan Closs, who was in Grade 5 at École Red Bluff Lhtako Elementary at the time, learns about our organs in the biology lab at College of New Caledonia’s Quesnel Campus during last year’s Science and Technology Day. This year, Science and Technology Day takes place Friday, Feb. 21. (Observer file photo)