Students attending British Columbia’s public post-secondary campuses deserve to feel safe and be free from potential sexual violence.
Hundreds of survivors of violence and/or abuse in nearly every corner of the province can now access skills training and supports crucial to their independence and healing.
People in every part of the province have more opportunities to train for a career as an early childhood educator (ECE), creating career paths for students and providing much-needed relief for families seeking child care, with new seats at post-secondary institutions opening this fall.
Students at Camosun College are preparing for careers in the health and social services sectors in the newly opened Alex & Jo Campbell Centre for Health and Wellness, featuring modern classrooms, hands-on labs and collaborative study areas.
Adults in British Columbia will be able to develop stronger reading, writing and math skills in more than 80 local communities with an investment in Community Adult Literacy Programming (CALP).
New, affordable, on-campus student housing is coming to Coast Mountain College’s Terrace campus, with 108 new beds to replace outdated housing and 33 net new student beds.
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