OTTAWA — The Honourable Bill Morneau, Minister of Finance, made his first post-budget stop at Algonquin College on Thursday, fielding questions from students and getting a first-hand look at innovation in progress.
“I know it’s so important for Colleges and private-sector organizations and research institutes and universities to all work together in creating great opportunities for our country,” said Minister Morneau, who then addressed the students directly. “All of you are at an exciting time in your life. I wish you all the best in your studies and I want you to know that we are going to work to make sure that the opportunities are going to be there for you when you graduate.” Continue reading
Nursing student Rebecca Pena tries to do a puzzle while listening to a recording of voices. Ottawa Citizen.
Algonquin College’s Nursing program was in the news Sunday when the Ottawa Citizen and Ottawa Sun published a story about an important empathy-building exercise students in the program participate in. Continue reading
The Algonquin Students’ Association Pride Centre opened Wednesday morning with a ribbon-cutting attended by about 60 people and a cupcake reception in the bright new space. Continue reading
A strong AC contingent joined the excitement and inspiration of WE Day on Wednesday, as volunteers and participants, along with 16,000 other students and educators.
The event is part of a movement that gives people the tools to change the world and uses stadium-sized events and star power to spark the change. Continue reading