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We are pleased to inform you that the building at St. James Campus will be OPEN on Thursday following a closure on Wednesday due to heavy rainfall.

The competition in New Orleans showcased the best culinary talent from across the American continent.

On Sunday, June 30, hundreds of George Brown College (GBC) students and employees marched in the Toronto Pride Parade — marking the first time our college has participated in this annual 2SLGBTQIA+ event.

The striking blue, yellow and white design provides an exciting visual introduction to convocation celebrations for graduates and guests. It’s also a great backdrop for photos (share with #GBConvo)!

"Convocation stands as the pinnacle of the academic year, a momentous occasion in higher education," said Dr. Gervan Fearon, George Brown College President. "It is a time of proud celebration, shared by our upcoming graduates, their loved ones, our esteemed faculty, and dedicated employees."

Subways, streetcars and buses will run on Friday after an agreement was reached to avert a TTC strike. Classes and college operations and activities will run as scheduled.

George Brown College (GBC) Chef School students Negus King and Sabina Lee delivered impressive performances at the event in Québec City on May 30 and 31, winning gold in cooking and silver in baking.

George Brown College has teamed up with Cookin, Toronto’s premier food delivery marketplace, to create an exciting student startup program.

Elder Shirt's presence was felt deeply in the GBC community through her hosting of cultural sessions and annual speeches. Her leadership, guidance, and scholarship in Indigenous cultural and traditional teachings created a legacy among Indigenous learners that will never be forgotten.

“We look forward to having you join us at our May 28 student event and our May 30 event for staff and faculty,” said Yin Brown, Manager of Accessibility, Inclusion and AODA Compliance. “Together, we can do amazing things to build an inclusive and accessible George Brown College.”