$68,000 for Heritage College Campus

On Friday, provincial officials announced that Heritage College’s location in Campbell’s Bay would be receiving an additional $68,100 in funding to improve its facilities and expand its distance education program. Pictured, Greg Graham, director and educator at the Pontiac campus, emphasized the role that education plays in the local community.

Caleb Nickerson
CAMPBELL’S BAY Oct. 6, 2017
On Friday afternoon, it was announced that the provincial government will be more than tripling the funding for a local training facility.
The Pontiac campus of Heritage College, located in Campbell’s Bay, will be receiving an additional $68,100 in funding on top of the $22,000 already allocated annually, for a grand total of $90,100 for the 2017/18 school year. The site will also be given the official designation as a Collegiate Study Centre, starting this year.

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