Good News of the Month

June 2019

Our Members generated a lot of Good News for the month of June!

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Confederation College carpentry apprenticeship students have built playhouses for a Children’s Centre Foundation Thunder Bay raffle.  More about this.

St Joseph’s Foundation has hired Gail Brescia as Executive Director.  Learn more…

Sencia celebrated their 18th anniversary on June 6th.  More info.

Confederation College has set an enrollment record, thanks in part to more than 1,300 international students.  More.

Lowerys’ Shawn Christie was presented the 2018 Service Award for Volunteering at the Easter Seals AGM.  More.

Congratulations to Marilyn from Rollason Flowers on her retirement, and welcome to the new management team!   Learn more.

RBC Innovation Awards honor FSET Inc, Brian Kaden Kanakakeesic, Kevin Kalyta, Taras Manzie and TBT Engineering.  More info.

Congratulations to the UPS Store on the Outstanding Achievement Award!

Bistro One celebrated their 25th Anniversary!  Learn more.

Daytona’s Cryssi LaRocque finished 4th on MasterChef!  More.

Four Confederation College students were selected as 2019 recipients of the 2019 Northwestern Ontario Aboriginal Youth Achievement & Recognition Awards.  More info.

Bay Village Coffee has opened a second location.  Whaaaat?

Pat Forrest, Melissa Hardy-Giles and Madge Richardson were honoured with Influential Women Awards.  Wow!  More info.


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