Statement by Marketa Evans, president and CEO of Colleges Ontario, on post-secondary funding announcement
Ontario’s colleges are pleased the provincial government has made an initial investment into public college students.
The federal government’s cap on study permits for international students is essentially a moratorium by stealth that is already causing significant and unnecessary upheaval for students, employers and communities.
Seven exceptional alumni were honoured with the 2023 Premier's Awards for outstanding college graduates at a Nov. 27 gala in Toronto.
Ontario’s public colleges and Ireland’s technological universities to collaborate on programs and research
Consul General Janice McGann, the consul general of Ireland to Toronto, participated in the signing today of a memorandum of understanding between Ontario’s public colleges and post-secondary leaders in Ireland to strengthen the programs and research opportunities for students.
Marvel's first Asian superhero - Simu Liu - will be the star attraction when he appears at this year's Higher Education Summit in Toronto on Monday, Nov. 27.
Ontario’s colleges are calling for an immediate end to the province’s tuition freeze, a modest five per cent tuition increase and enhanced investments in Ontario’s public college students.
Ontario’s economic future depends on graduates from Ontario’s public colleges. From advanced manufacturing to the end-to-end electric vehicle supply chain, from meeting health-care needs to expanding our critical minerals sector, from housing construction to the nuclear industry – Ontario’s public colleges are and will continue to be a critical source of skilled talent, supporting Ontario’s ambitious economic growth agenda.
The expert panel report released today by the Ontario government on the financial stability of post-secondary education presents an opportunity to strengthen public colleges throughout the province.
Ontario’s public colleges are very pleased to support Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada Minister Marc Miller’s new measures to further protect international students from fraud and strengthen the integrity of Canada’s immigration system.
The opportunities to strengthen the workforce in communities and stimulate economic growth were promoted at the Association of Municipalities of Ontario's 2023 annual conference. See featured remarks by Marketa Evans, the president and CEO of Colleges Ontario, and Ann Marie Vaughan, the president and CEO of Humber College.
Colleges Ontario and the Association of Municipalities of Ontario (AMO) are partnering to promote economic growth through enhanced workforce training and business-led, college-based research and innovation.
Marketa Evans, the vice-president of government and stakeholder partnerships at Colleges and Institutes Canada (CICan), has been selected to be the next president and CEO of Colleges Ontario.