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(May 31, 2015) -

Education Tax Receipts are available electronically through Banner (same process used to register for classes). To access Banner, click on the following (or type into web browser) ...

(Apr 17, 2015) -

April 17, 2015, THUNDER BAY, ON – Confederation College continues to provide an effective route into the workforce as results show 89 per cent of its recent graduates found employment within six months of graduation.

The graduate employment rate is one of the annual Key Performance Indicators (KPIs) for Ontario’s colleges that were released Wednesday. Confederation’s score puts it in the number two spot for the province.  Confederation College has been in first or second position in this area for the past few years...

(Apr 16, 2015) -
April 16, 2015 – Today was the official launch of EcoSuperior’s campaign called Your Butt Goes Here – a new cigarette waste collection and recycling program for businesses and community groups.  (Note: The launch took place at Confederation College, which also helped to launch their participation in the program).

Smoking-related litter is the most prevalent form of litter in Thunder Bay and worldwide. Every year, millions of cigarette butts end up tossed as litter on shorelines, parks, and sidewalks across Canada. They may be small but, cigarette butts are made of plastic that take years to break down in the environment.  Littered butts leach toxic chemicals into the soil and each rainfall washes cigarette butts down the storm drains and into our streams and lakes, reducing water quality and harming aquatic wildlife...

(Apr 15, 2015, Thunder Bay) -

NEW Thursday and Friday luncheons now available in Rumours on altering weeks from the previously listed Tuesdays and Wednesday luncheons.  Also Gourmet Dinners are available for booking.
Don't miss out reserve now!  All reservations are first come, first served.

(Apr 15, 2015) -

April 15, 2015, THUNDER BAY, ON – First-year students in the Native Child & Family Services program at Confederation College responded to the recent racially motivated Facebook posts targeting the Aboriginal community by organizing a silent protest called “We Are One”, which took place today. 

In a student-coordinated effort to Stand Up in Unity against Racism, the College community and community at large were invited to join the class as they participated in a walk around the Shuniah building on campus following some opening announcements...

(Apr 14, 2015) -

THUNDER BAY, ON, April 13, 2015 – Confederation College, Trent University and First Nations Technical Institute (FNTI) signed a Memorandum of Understanding today at FNTI on Tyendinaga Mohawk Territory, formally recognizing an ongoing partnership between the institutions that brings together a strong alliance of critical resources in Aboriginal education...