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(Nov 18, 2015) -

November 18, 2015, THUNDER BAY, ON – Confederation College’s facilities, labs, shops and classrooms were filled with over 350 local grade 11 and 12 high school students today as part of Confederation College’s annual Open House...

(Nov 17, 2015) -

November 16, 2015, THUNDER BAY, ON – In celebration of its First Nations, Métis and Inuit students and employees, Confederation College launched an Aboriginal Awareness Week today. Meant to raise awareness about and engage the College community in Indigenous cultures, the week runs from November 16-20.

“Indigenous learning is part of who we are as a college,” said Confederation President Jim Madder. “This week provides an opportunity to celebrate and learn more about the rich and varied cultures of our students and employees. The activities build upon those of Negahneewin and our long history of supporting our First Nation, Métis and Inuit students.”

(Nov 16, 2015) -

On Thursday November 12, 2015, four of Confederation College’s International Dental Hygiene students completed the process of creating and fitting sports mouthguards for the Elk’s Atom A Athletics Hockey Team...

(Nov 2, 2015) -

Please save the date for the Career & Job Fair taking place on Wednesday, February 3rd, 2016 at Confederation College from 10:00 a.m – 2:00 p.m.

(Nov 2, 2015, Thunder Bay) -

Thunderhawks Greg Kilroy will once again be representing Confederation College at the Canadian Colleges Athletic Association's National Cross Country Running Championships in Brockville, November 1

(Oct 19, 2015) -

Do you love to get your hands in the dirt? Are you interested in understanding what is needed to successfully grow your own food? Confederation College is offering a NEW Farming for Food certificate program beginning this January.