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Word on the Tweet

In today’s @TorontoStar, @SarahWRynard highlights original research underscoring Canadians’ desire to upskill and reskill. Read the article: https://www.thestar.com/opinion/contributors/2022/11/28/canadians-know-they-need-new-skills-now-governments-need-to-step-up-to-make-training-accessible-affordable-and-timely.html

Did you catch the feature on @SenecaCollege's Odeyto Indigenous Centre in the Globe and Mail this week? These photos are a must see: https://www.theglobeandmail.com/real-estate/gallery-seneca/

#BCIT has opened a new $1.5 million Wood Waste to Energy Centre (WWEC) at the Burnaby Campus which uses a biomass boiler to recycle 50 tons of wood cut-offs and sawdust from Carpentry and Joinery programs to heat buildings. Learn more: https://bit.ly/3VogNNe

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