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  • National Day of Awareness for Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women and Girls

    National Day of Awareness for Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women and Girls, also known as Red Dress Day, is an opportunity for all of us to acknowledge the systematic racism and violence against Indigenous women and girls all across Canada, and which many of our students, staff and faculty deal with on a regular basis.
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  • What you need to know for Summer 2021

    Most programs and courses will continue to be delivered through distance learning modes. A limited number of programs include aspects of delivery that are in-person activities on campuses or off-site in our communities......
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  • Supporting post-secondary students affected by India, Pakistan travel restrictions

    Mental health supports are available to B.C. post-secondary international students who are affected by the new federal flight restrictions between India, Pakistan and Canada......
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  • Spotlight: Never too old to learn

    When Verginia Johnson decided to go back to school, it had been decades since she sat inside a classroom. At 53 years old she enrolled at CMTN to get her BC Adult Graduation Diploma and despite life's hardships, kept going to be a good role model for her grandkids.
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  • Coast Mountain College seeks artwork submissions to commemorate graduates of 2021

    Coast Mountain College is seeking submissions for the development of a design for print and digital distribution that honours the 2021 Graduates of Coast Mountain College.
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  • COVID-19 update #18 - Updated Public Health Orders

    Updated Public Health Orders in effect until April 19, 2021.....
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  • Contact North BC expands access for post-secondary students in remote locations

    New local learning centres in remote northwestern B.C. communities are providing on-site supports and reliable online access to programs at all 25 of the province's public postsecondary institutions......
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  • CMTN planning for enhanced fall programming

    Coast Mountain College is pleased to announce that planning has started for a revitalized campus experience for the Fall 2021 term. A safe, healthy and engaging campus has always been Coast Mountain College’s top priority. That’s why over the last several months of navigating COVID-19, we’ve taken a measured approach to a gradual return to campus......
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  • CMTN Fine Arts Instructor and Master Carver Dempsey Bob receives Artistic Achievement Award

    Congratulations to Coast Mountain College's own Dempsey Bob, Master Carver and instructor at the Freda Diesing School of Northwest Coast Art. Today he has been honoured by the Canada Council for the Governor General's Award for Artistic Achievement in Visual Arts......
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  • Student achievement recognized by President’s Art Award

    Two emerging artists from the Freda Diesing School of Northwest Coast Art at Coast Mountain College have been recognized with this year’s President’s Art Award winners......
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  • COVID-19 update #17 – Restrictions on gatherings extended

    Provincial health orders banning social gatherings was extended for an additional four weeks, until Feb. 5, 2021. This is a reminder that in compliance with those orders the following precautions must be adhered to on CMTN campuses.....
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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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