Tag Archives: Mohawk College

Brantford’s Municipal Election: is education worth a “blank cheque” to a city?

The latest missive, “What’s education worth to a city” from The Expositor that tries to rationalize Brantford City Hall’s decisions regarding: – the sale of former valuable commercial land on the southside of Colborne St. to Wilfrid Laurier University and … Continue reading

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Brantford’s “Education Avalanche?” If Former Mohawk College Elgin St. Campus is Integral Part of Mix

Focus on Brant reports on an “education avalanche” in Brantford, Ontario. How is this so when Brantford is loosing Mohawk College’s self-contained campus precinct on Elgin Street?  A campus that helped to meet the growing need for trade skills training.  … Continue reading

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Colleges and Universities: Make Efficient Use of Campuses

The Drummond report on how to reform Ontario’s public service over and over cites the problem of duplication.  It calls on Ontario colleges and universities to stop duplicating programs.  Consistent with this thinking is the need for colleges and universities to … Continue reading

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Colleges and Universities as Responsible Institutional Citizens

In order for cities to improve, colleges and universities need to be better institutional citizens. Mohawk College of Applied Arts and Technology in Hamilton, Ontario recently made a take-it-or-leave-it proposal to the Corporation of the City of Brantford, Ontario to … Continue reading

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