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Indigenous History Month
Joni Shawana is a graduate of the Community Worker program.
Find information about cultural workshops, teachings and services available through Indigenous Education & Services.
Indigenous students at George Brown College are invited to self-identify with Indigenous Education & Services to access services and supports.
In memory of the unmarked graves recently discovered near the former Marieval Indian Residential School, George Brown will fly the flag at St. James Campus at half-mast on Canada Day.
The irony is not lost on me that whenever I sit down to work on this piece about long-term, strategic thinking, my time is gobbled up by something that requires immediate attention and a short-term solution. In the midst of a crisis like the COVID-19 pandemic, as in other times of volatility, “short...
Applied research has a long history at George Brown College, running an average of 100 projects a year and sustaining 24 labs and facilities across three campuses. But in March 2020, when campus facilities closed to help limit the spread of COVID-19, the office of Research and Innovation was quick...
Six extraordinary professionals who have left an indelible mark on their industries and communities will receive honorary credentials at our virtual 2021 convocation ceremony on Friday, June 25. These individuals are being recognized for contributions to areas of study at George Brown College and to...
Celebrating our grads
Join us on Friday, June 25 for our virtual convocation ceremonies, starting at 10 a.m.
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The Table is Set for Recovery
When the world opens up again, people are going to be excited to experience all the hospitality and tourism industry has to offer.
Want to help lead a new direction in the culinary and hospitality sector? Our innovative programs can get you there.