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By Paul Hantiuk
Centennial’s Board of Governors approved a plan to go ahead with the...

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March Photo Gallery
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Movember
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With the end of the month of the moustache, Morningside Campus held a party to celebrate all those who raise money for cancer research

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Find Your Club
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Are you interested in meeting new people, doing fun things and getting involved on campus? The CCSAI invites you to look into joining a club or starting one of your own. This is an exciting opportunity to participate in your...

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Board Members of the Month
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Thanks to Emma Cossaboom and Devinder Sharma for their hard work.

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Fall Events
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The Never Ending Story!
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Sheppard East Light Rapid Transit (LRT)
l 13 kilometres of light rail transit along Sheppard Avenue from Don Mills subway station to east of Morningside Avenue. The line will operate in a dedicated lane in the centre of the street. It will help connect Morningside Campus to rapid transit.
l Rapid Transit Connections: Sheppard subway line, and the new Scarborough RT
l Total capital costs: $1 billion ($2010).

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Internships: Back Door or Trap Door
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We all just want a job after graduation and a lot of us will do anything to get one, including working without pay. Entry-level positions are increasingly being replaced by unpaid internships. However, there are legal restrictions surrounding unpaid internships about which many students, interns and employers are not aware.
Andrew Langille is a Toronto-based lawyer
He points out that there is a test contained in the Employment Standards Act of Ontario that employers have to follow in order to offer an unpaid internship. However, few employers...

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Can You Feel The Music?
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Centennial College is adding a new program that focuses on a non-traditional form of communication to the CCC campus, music.
The Music Industry Arts and Performance (MIAP) program launches this fall with Jesse Feyen as the program coordinator. Feyen says the timing of the program is perfect.

“There’s a unique niche we’ve been able to fill that doesn’t exist yet in other programs,” Feyen said.
Feyen says many...

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