George Brown in the News

Wood construction makes for warm, renewable and speedily built homes Open New Browser Window (Toronto Star)
November 25, 2017
Amendments to the Ontario Building Code have helped give homebuyers and builders more options in wood construction, writes Bryan Tuckey. He says, "our industry would like to see taller wood buildings, like the 12-storey structure George Brown College in Toronto is planning as part of its waterfront campus expansion."

George Brown Unveils new Culinary Research Innovation Labs Open New Browser Window (
September 26, 2017
George Brown College celebrated the grand opening of its new Culinary Research Innovation Labs at the Centre for Hospitality & Culinary Arts. Industry partners, donors and friends of George Brown College, were treated to tours of the new facilities, as well as food and drinks.

Fashion designers are making manufacturing in Canada cool again Open New Browser Window (Toronto Star)
September 23, 2017
Digital disruption has upended the fashion-production landscape, and it’s bringing manufacturing back home. You don’t use the words gorgeous and factory often in the same sentence, but the gleaming white, glassed-in cube of the George Brown Fashion Exchange, tucked into the lobby of a condo building in buzzy new Regent Park, is indeed slick. There are also classrooms on site for two brand-new George Brown graduate programs: the apparel technical design program and sustainable fashion production.

FLARE #HowIMadeIt celebrates 100+ talented Canadian women Open New Browser Window (
September 18, 2017
This month, FLARE magazine profiled over a hundred ambitious and driven Canadian women with cool jobs. In the series, these women describe how they launched their careers and found their big breaks while detailing not only their challenges but how they overcame obstacles. A number profiled in this issue are successful graduates of George Brown College, including fashion designer Lesley Hampton.

White Cashmere Collection: The story Open New Browser Window (ET Canada)
September 6, 2017
ET Canada's White Cashmere Correspondent, Valeria sat down with three Canadian design-student finalists from the Cashmere Student Design Competition to learn about their approach to original couture crafted soft Cashmere Bathroom Tissue designs. She spoke with Juwyriya Hersi and Lesley Hampton from George Brown College.

Ontario to reach new heights with tall wood building Open New Browser Window (
Aug. 14, 2017
Another tall wood building is being planned for Canada. George Brown College is moving forward with construction of Ontario’s first tall wood institutional building, which will be known as ‘the Arbour’ and, appropriately, play host to a tall wood building research institute.

Hybrid learning ‘best of both worlds’ (Toronto Sun)
August 13, 2017
Hybrid learners can take advantage of a mix of in-class and online learning, allowing them more freedom to learn when and where works best. Jennifer Limsana, a continuing education coordinator at George Brown College speaks about the flexibility of this type of learning.(Page 4)

George Brown puts hard-to-find Asian dessert recipes on the curriculum Open New Browser Window (Now Toronto)
Aug 01, 2017
After fielding countless requests from students to cover Asian desserts in their Continuing Education classes, George Brown College developed an all-new course to meet the demand. 

Pay what you can and then pay it forward; Jagger Gordon's Soup Bar serves cheap eats and a deep purpose Open New Browser Window (Toronto Star)
July 7, 2017
For Jagger Gordon, offering up pay-what-you-can sandwiches, soups and salad, plus dogs and burgers at Soup Bar by Feed it Forward triggers a whole conversation about food waste, marginalized food and hunger. Gordon studied at George Brown College.

Taken : I was forced to sell my body to strangers for a decade Open New Browser Window (Toronto Life)
July 10, 2017
This first person account in Toronto Life written by Natasha Falle describes her life as a teenage runaway struggling to survive after she met a man who promised her love and security.  Falle made it through after enrolling in a counselling program at George Brown College.

Ambition Nutrition Returns to George Brown College Open New Browser Window (Food Service and Hospitality)
July 5, 2017
George Brown College hosted the second annual Ambition Nutrition Symposium on June 28. This year's instalment focused on the topic of obesity, with the goal of "bridging the gaps between research, education, diet and culinary arts." 

Oh Canada Profile: Chef Lynn Crawford Open New Browser Window (Food Service and Hospitality)
June 30, 2017
Toronto's Kensington Market is a big influence on chef, author and TV personality Lynn Crawford. She grew up in the neighbourhood and studied culinary arts at a George Brown College campus in the heart of the bustling, multi-ethnic food shopper's mecca. 

Tiny chefs take over George Brown culinary school Open New Browser Window (CBC)
June 19, 2017
Students from Driftwood Public School and Burrows Hall Junior Public School got lessons on everything from nutrition to grilling from the Director George Brown Chef SchoolChef John Higgins. 

Mayweather versus McGregor: Knock-out money Open New Browser Window (BNN)
June 19, 2017
Peter Widdis, professor of marketing and innovation at George Brown College, joined BNN to talk about the big money that could be generated from the Mayweather-McGregor match-up.

Too few intervenors to assist those who are deaf-blind Open New Browser Window (Toronto Star)
June 16, 2017
Thousands of people in Ontario are deaf-blind, but too few people pursue training in intervention to serve in fulfilling the role. George Brown College's two-year program is the only in Ontario that teaches intervention.

Global News picks Canada's greatest brands of all time Open New Browser Window (
May 22, 2017
National brands are often an integral part of a country's identity.
"As a business success story, it's hard to beat Lululemon," Marilyn McNeil-Morin, of the School of Fashion Studies at George Brown College told Global News.

George Brown College is regularly featured in both local and national media. We've compiled some of the top stories to highlight our experts, innovative projects and some of our outstanding students.

A gastronomical journey Open New Browser Window (CBC Toronto)
May11, 2017
The CEO of the Massey Centre, Ekua Asabea Blair spoke with Matt Galloway on Metro Morning about a special fundraiser happening on Friday, May 12th at 6:30 p.m. at the George Brown College Centre for Hospitality and Culinary Arts. The 2nd Annual Cook for New Lives Gala aims to raise over $50,000 to support the work of the Massey Centre.     

Local jewellers say times are changing, and so are men's wedding rings Open New Browser Window (Toronto Star)
May 10, 2017
Professor Paul McClure from George Brown College's jewelry studies program says increased gender equality, openness surrounding same-sex marriage in Canada and more custom offerings have all contributed to trends in jewelry that have strayed from tradition.   

The Zoomer on social isolation Open New Browser Window (
May 2, 2017
Zoomer Host Marissa Semkiw and a panel of experts discuss the growing issue of social isolation among seniors. Sociologist Dr. Jon Callegher who is also a professor in the School of Marketing at George Brown College contributed to this panel discussion on Social Isolation.

George Brown launches sustainable fashion program to capitalize on "reshored" manufacturing Open New Browser Window (Now Magazine)
April 21, 2017
Anticipating an increase in demand for clothing produced on domestic soil, George Brown College is launching a post-graduate certificate in sustainable practices.

$21.4m of multi-lateral funding propels Artscape Launchpad  Open New Browser Window (
April 21, 2017
As construction ramps up at Daniels Waterfront - City of the Arts, the ambitiously mixed-use Toronto project's programming is continuing to take shape, with new funding announced for Artscape's marquee 'Launchpad.'

New program aims to attract students to financial services careers Open New Browser Window (Insurance & Investment Journal)
April 20, 2017
The Toronto Financial Services Alliance is piloting a program that aims to create employment and learning opportunities for Canadian postsecondary students with financial services employers in the Toronto region. 

Sweet Surrender Open New Browser Window (Foodism)
April 19, 2017
The rise of artisan chocolate has caused Toronto to become a premier chocolate destination in the past few years. Jennifer Lakhan-D'Souza, a program coordinator at George Brown College developed the professional chocolatier program eight years ago in response to industry demand and she provides some insight. (Page 40)

George Brown College 9th Annual Pow Wow draws large diverse attendance Open New Browser Window (Anishinabek News)
April 19, 2017
The 9th Annual George Brown College Four Sacred Colours Pow Wow took place on April 1. This one day Pow Wow was a gathering of all nations and peoples from Toronto and surrounding regions. 

Indigenous food scene taking hold in Toronto Open New Browser Window (Toronto Star)
April 19, 2017
Two new indigenous restaurants are set to open this spring offering gamey elk and Three Sisters soup. The demand for indigenous food certainly exists, said chef David Wolfman, a longtime George Brown culinary arts professor and member of the Xaxli'p First Nation in British Columbia who grew up in Regent Park.

Profpreneurs' share their successes Open New Browser Window (Toronto Star)
April 12, 2017
George Brown College marketing professor Peter Widdis is among a new breed of entrepreneurs-turned-professors (or vice versa)

Bid winners talk leadership, heart-pounding intensity Open New Browser Window (BNN)
April 13, 2017
The Construction Institute of Canada's (TCIC) National Student Bid Competition was created to give students exposure to the project bidding process, and for one winning team from George Brown College this year, participation meant experiencing the thrills and stresses of bidding with heart-pounding intensity.

Canadian teams kick off NHL playoff run: The business and marketing opportunities Open New Browser Window (Metro News)
April 12, 2017
Peter Widdis, professor of sports marketing and innovation at George Brown College joins BNN to examine the marketing opportunities after five of Canada's pro hockey teams made the NHL playoffs.

Practical advantages of conversational Mandarin Open New Browser Window (Toronto Sun)
Apr 12, 2017
Banking, business and law professionals are among those taking advantage of George Brown College's Mandarin language certificate program.

Con Ed student nabs film festival pitch contest Open New Browser Window (Toronto Sun)
Apr 9th, 2017
Rahul Chaturvedi registered in a 'history of cinema' course at George Brown College. The course piqued his interest in storytelling and film production and after taking a few more courses, he entered and won an international film festival pitching contest.

Why this unisex, Canadian label should be on your radar Open New Browser Window (CBC.CA)
April 9, 2017
Designer Andrew Coimbra studied at The School of Fashion Studies at George Brown College. With his sleek and chic updated minimalism style, Coimbra has now become a designer to watch in the fashion industry. He has held internships and design roles at Pink Tartan and Philip Sparks, as well as an eye-opening spot alongside the team at Proenza Schouler in New York.

Break out the bubbly! And other pointers on pairing cheese and wine Open New Browser Window (National Post)
April 4, 2017
Adding to the advice from leading cheese and wine experts, Complex Cheese Pairings instructor Jesse Vallins of George Brown College provides practical tips on how to create a personal tasting party at home. "With any kind of pairing, you're looking for balance. You're looking for harmony in your mouth," Vallins says.

Ontario to invest $50M into province's publicly assisted colleges Open New Browser Window (Canadian Press)
April 3, 2017
The province is investing $50 million into Ontario's publicly assisted colleges. Advanced Education Minister Deb Matthews was at George Brown College in Toronto on Monday, April 3 to announce the investment. The government says the money will go toward "major initiatives that enhance student learning."

The Prime Minister Visits George Brown College Open New Browser Window (Toronto Star)
March 23, 2017
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau travelled to Toronto on Thursday, March 23 and used a visit to George Brown College to highlight promised investments in skills and training, which he framed as a response to a rapidly changing job market that has left many Canadians skittish about their financial futures.

Culinary school curbs waste with student food bank Open New Browser Window (CBC Toronto)
March 9, 2017
Aspiring chefs help feed fellow students. George Brown College's culinary program is reducing food waste and making nutritious meals more attainable by donating untouched chef creations to the school's student food bank.

Training people at the Fashion Exchange Open New Browser Window (CBC: Metro Morning)
February 13, 2017
George Brown College's facility in Regent Park trains people in apparel manufacturing, and provides emerging designers in this city with a way to bring their ideas to market. Metro Morning's Brendan Ross checked it out. This piece is a profile on how the Fashion Exchange helps to connect the local community with the fashion industry and it also looks at the people who access it.

Urban buildings repurposed for student housing Open New Browser Window (Globe and Mail)
February 6, 2017
The new George Brown College residence in Toronto was originally the home of the U.S. team at the 2015 Pan Am Games. Other recent residence projects across Canada have taken the same approach, retrofitting existing buildings to suit student needs, but they've faced more complications and challenges in their conversions.

Survivors of war take step toward post-secondary education Open New Browser Window (Toronto Star)
Dec. 21, 2016
Mental health support is part of the George Brown program that helps survivors overcome hurdles, navigate the system and return to school.

PROPERTY REPORT: Urban buildings repurposed for student housing Open New Browser Window (The Globe and Mail)
Feb. 06, 2017
Recent residence projects across Canada like The George Brown residence are an example of how existing buildings are being retrofitted to suit student needs.

George Brown opens first residence in former athlete's village. Open New Browser Window (Maclean's Magazine)
December 15, 2016
GBC's slick new residence boasts XL beds, flat-screen TVs and high-speed WiFi in every room.

Millennials are bored, stressed and sad Open New Browser Window (CBC Radio Spark)
November 20, 2016
George Brown Professor Jon Callegher reflects about why some millennials are experiencing high levels of stress, boredom, depression and exhaustion.

Bright idea: Whiskpenser simplifies cooking for people with disabilities Open New Browser Window (Maclean's Magazine)
November 18, 2016
Students from the School of Mechanical Engineering Technologies created a product to make life easier for people with disabilities working in kitchens.

George Brown College honours black community pioneers Open New Browser Window (Toronto Star)
November 8, 2016
George Brown College honoured the story of the Blackburns, naming a conference centre at their student residence, The George, after the courageous couple and unveiling a mural designed and painted by George Brown students.

How a career in hearing loss can break Canada's sound barrier (Maclean's Magazine) Open New Browser Window
November 3, 2016
George Brown College launched a new Bachelor of Interpretation (ASL) degree – the first program of its kind in the country. Program coordinator Rhondda Reynolds was quoted

From drones to Alfredo sauce, college research projects produce results Open New Browser Window (The Globe and Mail)
October 21, 2016
From the kitchen to the great outdoors – and many other places in between – students and faculty at Canada's community colleges, institutes and polytechnics provide the brains and brawn to help get products and inventions to market.

Hundreds of George Brown College students moving into Canary District Open New Browser Window (Metro News Toronto)
September 1, 2016
George Brown College opened its first student residence, welcoming 500 students to the Canary District.

All post-secondary students should do internship or co-op, says employment and education group Open New Browser Window (
June 6, 2016
The Business Higher Education Round Table —a group composed of business, education and industry leaders— is recommending mandatory co-op placements and internships for all post-secondary students in Canada. Anne Sado, President George Brown College comments on areas employers find students lack such as soft skills.

YouTube Space Toronto officially opened its doors at the George Brown College School of Design Open New Browser Window (Toronto Star)
April 27, 2016
YouTube Space Toronto' is a newly opened 3,500 square foot facility for Canadian online creators located in the heart of George Brown College School of Design.  Design students at George Brown not only contributed to the space, but will also have the opportunity to learn from established YouTube gurus and media partners.

Why Colleges are increasingly being seen as the smart choice Open New Browser Window (Maclean's)
November 30, 2015
George Brown College's vice-president of marketing and strategic enrollment management, Karen Thomson, speaks on how college programs are more connected to industry and are becoming the go to for employers seeking graduates.

How mixing and matching is making education more unique Open New Browser Window (Maclean's)
November 30, 2015
Karen Thomson, vice-president of marketing and strategic enrollment management at George Brown College, speaks on how post-secondary education is offering more customized options than ever before that meet student and industry needs.

Food science gets a boost Open New Browser Window (Metro)
November 5, 2015
The Chef's House at George Brown College is thrusting research and innovation into the city's food and beverage industry. Long known for its restaurant run by students, the building on the college's King Street East campus has been expanded and is set to serve as a development platform for local entrepreneurs.

George Brown receives historic $8-million donation Open New Browser Window (Toronto Star)
October 13, 2015
The George Brown College Foundation announced that Toronto business leader Jack Cockwell and the Brookfield Partners Foundation have presented an $8 million gift to the college – not only the largest in George Brown's history but also the largest one-time donation in the 49-year history of Ontario's college system. The gift will support George Brown's future growth, redevelopment and expansion plans in the interest of providing students with state-of-the-art facilities to deliver the technical and people skills that employers seek.

Unexpectedly Canadian: Foods you thought came from somewhere else Open New Browser Window (Yahoo Canada News)
September 22, 2015
Ryan Whibbs, Culinary professor and food historian at George Brown College, comments on the history of food as an evolution in Canada.

Tourtière: A French-Canadian Christmas tradition bringing families together Open New Browser Window (Yahoo Canada News)
September 22, 2015
Chef Jason Inniss, Professor and Coordinator at George Brown College's culinary school, comments on French-Canadian cuisine.

What will happen to Pan Am infrastructure once Games are over? Open New Browser Window (City News)
July 24, 2015
Gerard Hayes, Director of Student Experience at George Brown College, comments on the legacy of the PanAm Games and how the Athlete's Village will transform into the first student residence for George Brown College.

Colleges respond to industry demands for soft skills Open New Browser Window (Globe and Mail)
April 1, 2015
Maureen Loweth and Mike Fenton comment about how George Brown College is adapting to industry demands by teaching soft skills alongside the technical components of college learning.

George Brown College's Career Coach takes the guesswork out of the job market Open New Browser Window (Toronto Star)
Jan. 12, 2015
George Brown recently launched Career Coach, an online tool that allows prospective students to punch in their dream job to see how much they can expect to earn, the credentials required and how many people work in the profession across the GTA.

Jewellery programs offer an education that sparkles Open New Browser Window (The Globe and Mail)
Nov 10, 2014
Professor Paul McClure was interviewed by the Globe and Mail about our jewellery design program

Chef School Director John Higgins shares cooking tips Open New Browser Window (Canada AM)
May 12, 2014
Chef Higgins gives lessons on the techniques of poaching and blanching on Canada AM

George Brown exam takes students to the sports "Dragon's Den" Open New Browser Window (Toronto Star)
April 7, 2014
The one-year Sport & Event Marketing post-graduate program at George Brown College doesn't just end in an exam — it culminates in an opportunity to impress industry professionals at an event we call the Exam Jam.

George Brown student residence a life lesson in urban planning Open New Browser Window (Toronto Star)
March 12, 2014
George Brown College and partners are redeveloping a neglected corner of Toronto, creating a new mixed-use community which will include the college's first student residence

George Brown College students test new technology developed by Toronto entrepreneur Open New Browser Window (Toronto Star)
February 22, 2014
George Brown students work with Good Robot CEO Alan Majer to pilot test  a device designed to monitor doors and alert people remotely of unusual behaviour. This is just one example of many applied research projects where students work with industry partners to gain hands-on skills and experience ensuring they are job ready at graduation.

George Brown College President provides insight for Extraordinary Women TV Open New Browser Window (Extraordinary Women TV)
Feb 8, 2014
Anne Sado, President of George Brown College, is interviewed by Extraordinary Women TV for her impact on the vision, direction and culture of the college.

Young deaf chef Quinn Cruise shares the language of food Open New Browser Window (Toronto Star)
January 23, 2014
Chef Quinn Cruise cooks her signature hambaagu, a Japanese Hamburger bowl, and comments on studying at George Brown College.

George Brown College and St. Mikes' team-up to provide patients with local food Open New Browser Window (Yonge Street Media)
January 22, 2014
Winnie Chiu comments on receiving a grant from the Greenbelt Fund and embarking on a partnership with St. Michael's Hospital to enhance the hospital's menu by integrating more local food products.

Reinventing the cafeteria Open New Browser Window (Yonge Street Media)
December 18, 2013
Reinventing the cafeteria with the "My Food, My Way" partnership between George Brown College's Food Innovation and Research Studio (FIRSt), the TDSB and CUPE 4400. A team of George Brown College culinary students developed healthy recipes for high school cafeterias.

Holiday dinner delights with Chef John Higgins Open New Browser Window (CTV - News)
December 18, 2013
Chef John Higgins, who previously worked for Buckingham Palace, shows Canada AM some of the U.K.'s most famous Christmastime delicacies.

The business of beautiful: Gardens in the sky Open New Browser Window (Yonge Street Media)
November 27, 2013
Students from the Architectural Technology program at George Brown College team up with Garden Connections to show potential condo buyers a fully articulated 3D view of their dream garden.

Fashion diploma offers unique career options Open New Browser Window (Globe and Mail)
November 12, 2013
George Brown College professor Rosa Fracassa speaks about the School of Fashion's programs and the benefits to graduates.

Chef James Smith cooks up healthy recipes for The Fifth Estate Open New Browser Window (CBC)
October 4, 2013
Chef James Smith teaches Ana Ortiz how to make pizza in a healthy nutritious way.

Getting the right tools for your trade (Toronto Star)
September 28, 2013
Benjamin Valliquette Kissell, a graduate of the Centre for Construction & Engineering Technologies comments on his experience at George Brown College "Employers are looking for someone who not only has the technical skills, but also the managerial and business skills, and the program at George Brown does just that,".

Meet Professor Jamie McIntyre, the master prototyper Open New Browser Window (YongeStreet)
September 25, 2013
George Brown College Professor, Jamie McIntyre reflects on the prototyping process and his approach to working with students in the Centre for Construction & Engineering Technologies.

George Brown tops off Green Building Centre Open New Browser Window (YongeStreet)
September 18, 2013
The Green Building Centre at George Brown College's Casa Loma campus celebrates its topping-off this week, having reached its full height on the way to a March, 2014 completion.

Business owners share passion for stitching Open New Browser Window (Niagara this week)
September 13, 2013
Anna Levay and Bobbi Pidduck, two George Brown College Fashion Design graduates open The Sewing Room in St. Catharines Ontario.

School Cafeterias:  George Brown food specialists seek the right balance between healthy food and taste Open New Browser Window (Toronto Star)
August 22, 2013
George Brown College culinary students collaborate with "My Food My Way" ( to win the fight between healthy food and good taste in Toronto school cafeterias. 

Destination Canada! Open New Browser Window (DNA India)
August 13, 2013
George Brown College's Greg Coelho, Associate Director, International Centre  comments on the benefits for international students to study in Canada.

George Brown ties up with Manipal in chef training (The Weekly Voice – Online)
August 6, 2013
George Brown College and India's Manipal University have announced a partnership offering India's finest budding chefs the opportunity to acquire credentials from both institutions.

Ottawa issues more work permits to foreign cooks than any other occupation Open New Browser Window (Toronto Star - Online)
July 24, 2013
Lorraine Trotter, acting dean of George Brown College's Centre for Hospitality and Culinary Arts, comments about young Canadians being eager to pursue a career as cooks.  The school's enrolment has been on a steady rise.

Media bias amongst Colleges and Universities Open New Browser Window (University Affairs – Online)
July 9, 2013
George Brown President Anne Sado comments on media bias in coverage of higher education as part of   a panel discussion.  

Dispensing pills and prompts at an affordable price Open New Browser Window (Ontario Centres of Excellence – Online)
June 26, 2013
George Brown collaborates with CAMH to build a prototype of an affordable pill dispenser that can be customized to meet the needs of those with mental illnesses.

An easy lesson in cooking for teens (video) Open New Browser Window (CTV – Canada AM)
July 25, 2013
Chef Christine Walker from George Brown College teaches teens how to prepare a quick stir fry, as well as providing helpful tips for those new to the kitchen.

Website helps Parkinson's patients avoid protein-medication interaction Open New Browser Window (Huffington Post)
June 17, 2013
George Brown College students collaborate with Baycrest Health Sciences to create recipes and develop a website offering people with Parkinson's practical tools and information to manage their symptoms.

Reasons to Love Toronto 2013: Our fifth annual mash note to the cit (Toronto Life)
June 4, 2013
No. 13 - Because George Brown is the new cool school.  Anne Sado, president of George Brown is recognized for giving the college an extreme makeover—of its facilities, program offerings and image. 

Pasta perfection for pros Open New Browser Window (Toronto Sun)
May 29, 2013
Italian program director at George Brown Culinary School, Chef Dario Tomaselli and John Higgins, executive chef of George Brown's Chef School show Frank Ferragine the art of cooking perfect pasta.

(Canadian Metalworking)
May 17, 2013
Canadian Metalworking editor Jim Anderton interviews the president of George Brown College, Anne Sado on the shortage of skilled trades workers in the country and the ways that schools like George Brown can help solve that issue.

Millennials go back to school to learn basic life skills Open New Browser Window (Toronto Star)
May 2, 2013
George Brown College instils confidence in the kitchen amongst 19-to 35-year-olds. Millennials are enrolling for continuing education classes to study basic life skills like cooking at the college. Follow one student as they progress through the course and end up with a greater appreciation for food.

Bleeding Blue:  CN Tower goal light brilliant idea Open New Browser Window (Toronto Star)
April 22, 2013
George Brown College marketing grad proposes a winning idea to light up the CN Tower every time the Leafs score a point and launches a petition on to achieve his goal.

Going green with George Brown College Open New Browser Window (Canadian Interiors)
April 7, 2013
George Brown College hosts a ground breaking ceremony marking the start of construction on a new facility that will support the growing Canadian green and smart building market.

Fashion management student off to NYC Open New Browser Window (Beach Metro)
March 19, 2013
George Brown College fashion management student wins a $5000 scholarship and an internship with Khan Lucas in New York City.

College invites Magna founder to inspire skilled trades' students Open New Browser Window (Toronto Star)
March 14, 2013
Magna founder, Frank Stronach visits George Brown's Centre for Construction and Engineering Technology to discuss the incredible value of skilled trades with students.

What Students are looking for in college business courses Open New Browser Window (Globe and Mail)
March 13, 2013
As enrolment to business programs increases, George Brown College approaches teaching and learning differently from other schools, giving their students theory combined with the practical of skills required by employers in the various fields of business.

Living well with Parkinson's:  Low-protein meals could be key ingredient in managing disease Open New Browser Window (Yonge Street Media)
February 20, 2013
In collaboration with George Brown College, a movement disorders neurologist is hoping a set of low-protein recipes offered on the educational portal Live Well with Parkinson's Inc., will introduce a touch of gastronomy into the lives of those living with Parkinson's disease.

New twist on credit-seeking philanthropy Open New Browser Window (Toronto Star)
January 16, 2013
Three anonymous donors offer a generous gift to the George Brown College Waterfront Campus, naming a room to honour LaLaine de Vera, a Philippine caregiver in Toronto.

Shy hero saves man from subway Open New Browser Window (Toronto Star)
January 9, 2013
Dwight Orchard, 23, a George Brown College Plumbing student, leaps onto the tracks to save the life of another.