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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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  • 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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  • 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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  • Tricorp Sponsors Nail Technician Course in Collaboration with CMTN

    Tricorp and CMTN offer nail technician course, teaching a rounded approach to nail care in addition to the chemical and business side of things.
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  • COVID-19 update: Masks recommended, but optional in Coast Mountain College’s public indoor spaces

    The CMTN COVID-19 Working Group also met this morning to discuss B.C.’s dropping of the mask mandate. As such, Coast Mountain College will end the mask mandate as of noon today, March 14th, 2022.......
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  • Terrace Community Band honours Laura Biagoni: Long-standing employee of CMTN

    Terrace Community Band performs first live concert since the start of the pandemic and honours the life of long-time CMTN employee and band member Laura Biagoni.
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  • COVID-19 update: Masks required in Coast Mountain College’s public indoor spaces

    Coast Mountain College will continue requiring masks to be worn in all indoor spaces on all campuses, until the end of the 2021/22 winter semester on April 29, 2022......
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  • CMTN takes a stand against bullying with a special Pink Shirt designed by graduate

    As the Pink Shirt Day movement grows across the country each year to put a stop against bullying, students and staff at CMTN will be wearing a special pink t-shirt designed by former graduate Kirsten McKay to show their support.
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  • Meet Satsi Naziel: The artist behind the End Stigma campaign logo

    CMTN is proud to unveil our outstanding End Stigma logo created by Freda Diesing School of Northwest Coast Art student and artist Satsi Naziel.
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  • CMTN holds End Stigma BINGO with prize draw

    Take part in our End Stigma BINGO challenge for a chance to win a Google Nest Mini.
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  • Elections Open for students on Board of Governors, Education Council and First Nations Council

    Elections are now in motion for students at CMTN to join the Board of Governors, Education Council and the First Nations Council.
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  • CMTN holds Mental Health Matters Photo Contest as part of End Stigma Month

    Coast Mountain College is holding a mental health matters photography contest for a chance to win a JBL Go speaker. Post a photo on your social media account using the hashtag #CMTNmentalhealthmatters by Feb. 20 to be entered into the contest.
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  • New scholarship available for CMTN students in the pre-engineering and geoscience programs

    A new, one-of-a kind scholarship will soon be available for Coast Mountain College students in the pre-engineering and geoscience programs.
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  • Masks/ face coverings

    BC’s Provincial Health Officer has set how masks are used. This applies to all those attending post-secondary campuses in BC........
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  • Coast Mountain College delays semester start for some in-person programs

    Coast Mountain College has decided to delay the start of in-person instruction until Monday, January 10, 2022. This is to allow additional time to assess the impact of the Omicron variant and review plans for returning to campus after the winter break.......
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  • Spotlight: Coast Mountain College’s mental wellness initiatives support student events and overdose training

    Coast Mountain College’s (CMTN) first suicide prevention student engagement officer Emma De Vynck has been making an incredible impact across the region.......
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  • Dempsey Bob: In His Own Voice book voucher for sale at campus bookstore

    Come down to the CMTN campus store in Terrace to pre-order a signed copy of Dempsey Bob: In His Own Voice. You will receive a book voucher that can be gifted this holiday season.
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