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  • First Nations Council Celebrates 25th Anniversary

    The Coast Mountain College community is celebrating the 25th anniversary of our First Nations Council.
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  • Freda Diesing School of Northwest Coast Art

    Coast Mountain College created the Freda Diesing School of Northwest Coast Art to honour, recognize and continue the legacy of Haida artist Freda Diesing. She was a master carver, painter, tireless educator and champion of Indigenous art and culture.
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  • New Totem Pole Raised at CMTN Terrace Campus

    Community members and college staff gathered Wednesday to raise a totem pole outside the new student housing building, Wii Gyemsiga Siwilaawksat (where learners are content or comfortable) at the Terrace campus of Coast Mountain College.
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  • Anchors aweigh for new mobile marine classroom in Prince Rupert

    A new marine classroom was launched into Prince Rupert waters, giving Coast Mountain College Students new hands-on experience in Applied Coastal Ecology. News Release by the Ministry of Advanced Education and Skills Training.
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  • CMTN Recruitment and Selection Class Incorporates “Whole Person” Indigenous Perspective

    Coast Mountain College business administration instructor and coordinator Dave McKeever incorporated a “Whole Person” Indigenous perspective into his recent Recruitment and Selection course curriculum.
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  • Coast Mountain College selects new President and CEO

    After a rigorous interview and evaluation process, the hiring committee has reached a decision regarding the role of President and CEO. Our successful candidate is Dr. Laurie Waye.
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  • CMTN Student forms Safe Spaces Movement to promote inclusivity on campus

    Current Coast Mountain College (CMTN) student Lily Trimmer is in the process of forming a Safe Spaces Movement, with the goal of better connecting students on campus.
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  • CMTN Accepting Applications for Housing Advisors

    CMTN is looking for Housing Advisors! Help make our Terrace on-campus housing a safer, more inclusive community for students.
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  • First-year Engineering students wrap up semester with robotics project

    Coast Mountain College Engineering students are wrapping up their courses this week with two exciting projects.
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  • EGBC and CMTN Host Popsicle Stick Bridge Breaking Competition

    The Engineers and Geoscientists of BC hosted their annual popsicle stick bridge breaking competition at CMTN's Terrace campus on May 13.
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  • Office Career Essentials

    Are you somebody who is starting their career, returning to the workforce after an absence, wanting a career change or needing to refresh their office employment skills, the Office Careers Essentials Program (OFCE) is the place to start.
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  • CMTN Students Present Research Findings on Shames Watershed

    CMTN Hydrology and Biology students present their research findings on the Shames River Watershed.
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  • Open House | Prince Rupert Campus

    Drop by to learn about our programs, win prizes, or just have some great food from Uncle Robbie's Food Truck! Sat, April 23, 10:00 a.m. - 2:00 p.m.
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  • CMTN instructor Matthew Beedle is Recipient of West Coast Teaching Excellence Award

    CMTN instructor Matthew Beedle is a recipient of this year's West Coast Teaching Excellence Award. Instructor Dave McKeever received a nomination.
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  • CMTN Board of Governors appoints new interim leadership for the 2021-22 Academic Year

    Coast Mountain College (CMTN) will start a new academic year with new leadership as Dr. Laurie Waye steps in as Interim President on September 7, 2021, for a one-year term.
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  • Spotlight: CMTN instructor Stephanie Anderson's artwork to be displayed in new student residence

    As the new student residence building rises into existence at Coast Mountain College, its creative elements are the talk of the town. Inside the Elder Suite, you will soon find a large yellow cedar carving by Freda Diesing School of Northwest Coast Art’s recent graduate and current instructor Stephanie Anderson.
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  • Health, safety remain top priority for return to campus

    Students, faculty and staff at B.C.’s colleges and universities are being supported to come back together for in-person learning this fall with added health and safety measures ordered by the provincial health officer.
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