The Ontario government’s new policy to expand partnership agreements between Ontario’s colleges and private trainers will bolster the province’s efforts to produce a more highly qualified workforce.
“This moment right now is really turning out to be the first big test of Canada’s college system,” said Linda Franklin, the president of Colleges Ontario, in this Globe and Mail article.
The Globe and Mail reports on how real-world research at Canada's colleges leads to innovative solutions that allow industries to become more productive.
The provincewide key performance indicators for Ontario's colleges show college graduates continue to succeed in the new economy
Colleges Ontario has officially launched a new website that delivers more news and analysis about the top issues in post-secondary education today.
The province’s planned creation of a one-window application service for apprentices will produce a more highly skilled workforce, colleges say.
Funding announced by the Ontario government will strengthen the programs to promote safe campuses.
Colleges have adopted a policy that promotes the open discussion of diverse ideas and respecting everyone's right to express their opinions.
This first-of-its-kind online management-training program will create new career opportunities for people in the trades.
The annual Premier's Awards for College Graduates recognizes college graduates across seven categories who have made outstanding social and economic contributions to society.
The latest key performance indicators for Ontario's colleges show college education continues to provide a clear gateway to great careers.
Colleges Ontario is pleased to announce that Don Lovisa, the president and CEO of Durham College, has started a two-year term as the new chair of Colleges Ontario, the association representing Ontario’s 24 public colleges.