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All-Male Satellite Colleges in Saudi Arabia

          Recently, in the news, there has been a lot of discussion regarding the Ontario colleges that are now operating in Saudi Arabia. In particular, Algonquin College and Niagara college have opened up colleges which are operating under Sharia law, which bans the teaching of men and women in the same classes. 213 more words

Men-only Ontario college campuses in Saudi Arabia unacceptable: Wynne

TORONTO – It is “unacceptable” for publicly funded Ontario colleges to operate campuses outside Canada that exclude women, the premier of Ontario said Friday when asked about two men-only schools in Saudi Arabia. 484 more words

Canada

Strengths & Weakness'

Responsive Design

Strengths: I feel like from today’s lesson I understand responsive design. I have full comprehension of the column values (small, medium & large) and I understand indenting and nesting in html. 27 more words

Design

Two Ontario colleges opened campuses in Saudi Arabia that only accept male students

TORONTO — Two Ontario colleges have opened campuses in Saudi Arabia that don’t accept female students in their classes.

Niagara College offers tourism, hospitality and business courses at its campus in Taif, while Algonquin College offers 10 programs, including business, accounting and electrical engineering technician, at a campus in the city of Jazan. 184 more words

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The Road to Gold: ACF Youth Team USA vs. Junior Culinary Team Canada

Huge congrats to ACF Culinary Youth Team USA and Junior Culinary Team Canada for their success in the Canada/USA Olympian Friendship Gala at Niagara College, Ontario, Canada, Jan. 385 more words

Chefs

Brewer Matt Soos honoured with a memorial beer

For anyone who has had much involvement with Ontario’s craft beer industry, you get to know fairly quickly that “industry” probably isn’t even the right term for this group. 1,096 more words

Beer

International students in limbo after college program ruled ineligible for work permit

WATCH ABOVE: Through a lawyer the students are hoping Citizenship and Immigration Canada will grant them a work permit based on humanitarian grounds presenting the case they are victims of misinformation. 326 more words

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