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  • COVID-19 update #16

    New public health measures were announced that impact staff and students in the Coast Mountain College (CMTN) community. Keep reading for a summary of the measures that affect CMTN.......
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  • Spotlight: Hazelton students access carpentry training close to home

    Parked just outside the Hazelton campus sits Coast Mountain College’s glacier coloured mobile trades training unit. It represents learning in close to home and brings education to the doorstep of students who wouldn’t otherwise be able to access trades training in their own community.......
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  • Dr. David Try named interim chair for CMTN Board of Governors

    Effective yesterday, Dr. David Try, vice-chair of the Coast Mountain College Board of Governors assumed the role of interim chair of the board......
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  • CMTN students set to learn in new ways Sept. 8

    Students at Coast Mountain College begin their fall classes on September 8 – but this year most students will be learning via distributed, or online learning.......
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  • Minister’s statement on guidelines for post-secondary institutions

    Melanie Mark, Minister of Advanced Education, Skills and Training, has released the following statement regarding the guidelines for reducing the risk of COVID-19 at post-secondary institutions in B.C........
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  • B.C. students to get health education for in-demand jobs

    Students throughout British Columbia have more opportunities to train for careers as health-care professionals, thanks to focused investments in post-secondary education and training........
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  • CMTN to offer distributed learning for entire 2020-21 academic year

    Coast Mountain College will be offering the fall and winter 2020-21 academic year in a Distributed Learning format to ensure that students, staff and faculty have certainty in how classes will be taught throughout the academic year.......
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  • Spotlight: Eric Zweirs, 2020 Valedictorian

    Congratulations to this year's Coast Mountain College class of 2020 Valedictorian, Eric Zweirs, a Business Administration graduate.........
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  • Spotlight: Kyle Yaroshuk-Pryce, Lieutenant Governor’s Medal recipient

    Congratulations to Kyle Yaroshuk-Pryce for receiving this year's Lieutenant Governor’s Medal for his devotion to his community of Prince Rupert, BC........
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  • Spotlight: Linnea Waechter, Governor General Collegiate Bronze Medal recipient

    Congratulations to Linnea Waechter for receiving this year's Governor General Collegiate Bronze Medal for obtaining the highest grade point average in the Winter 2020 semester. Congratulations for receiving a 4.25 and inspiring fellow classmates to reach for the stars.......
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  • Message from the President to the graduating class of 2020

    Graduation is a time honoured tradition that recognizes the achievements of each year’s graduating class at Coast Mountain College. This year, due to the ongoing pandemic, celebrating together was not possible........
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  • CMTN honours graduates with art print

    Coast Mountain College has commissioned an art piece to honour the resiliency and achievement of the class of 2020 and recognize the unique circumstances under which this year’s graduates have persevered during the ongoing pandemic.
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  • Library construction at CMTN will build local employment

    A library renewal project at Coast Mountain College (CMTN) in Terrace will create construction-related jobs for regional businesses and tradespeople......
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  • CMTN President’s statement on racism

    Over the last week and a half, in the wake of the senseless and tragic death of George Floyd in the United States, public attention has been focused on the widespread racial discrimination that takes place every single day, affecting people of colour. What’s happening south of the border affects us all......
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  • CMTN President's Message to Students

    Justin Kohlman, President at Coast Mountain College, provides an update to our students. CMTN's courses and programs are offered via Distributed Learning in Fall 2020 and are open for registration on June 1.
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  • CMTN fall registration begins June 1 by phone and online

    Registration for most fall programming begins on Monday, June 1. CMTN faculty are working hard to develop quality programming in a distributed learning format for all courses and programs we offer.
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  • Northern post-secondary institutions collaborate with Mastercard Foundation on COVID-19 response

    Northern post-secondary institutions collaborate with Mastercard Foundation on COVID-19 response Four post-secondary institutions in northern British Columbia in partnership with the Mastercard Foundation are enhancing supports for Indigenous students and investing in technological solutions to improve access for remote education in response to the COVID-19 pandemic........
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  • Student spotlight: Hobiyee 2020

    Freda Diesing School of Northwest Coast Art student Smiddy Grandison explains what it’s like to celebrate the Nisga’a new year, Hobiyee.
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