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  2. Canadore College - Wikipedia

    Canadore College is a college of applied arts and technology located in North Bay, Ontario, Canada, attended primarily by international students. [3] It was founded in 1967 as a campus of Sudbury 's Cambrian College, and became an independent institution in 1972. Canadore College has three campuses in North Bay, Ontario, and one campus in Parry ...

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  4. Nipissing University - Wikipedia

    The roots of Nipissing University date back to 1947, when residents of North Bay formed a committee with the goal of establishing a university within the city. The 1958 Northeastern University Committee continued their efforts in the following years. By 1960, Northeastern University was established [7] and for a short time in 1960–1961, the ...

  5. Anishinabek Educational Institute - Wikipedia

    Anishinabek Educational Institute ( AEI) is an Aboriginal -owned and controlled post-secondary institution in Canada. Aboriginal institutes partner with colleges and universities to offer students degree programs, apprenticeships, certificate programs and diploma programs. AEI was founded to provide greater access to post-secondary education ...

  6. Durham College - Wikipedia

    Durham College, main campus. The college opened on September 18, 1967, in Oshawa, with 16 portable classrooms, 14 staff and 205 students. It offered courses in applied arts, business and technology. The college soon added courses in health sciences and adult training. By 1977, enrollment had grown to 1,250 students.

  7. Contact North - Wikipedia

    Contact North (French: Contact Nord) is a distance education network in the Canadian province of Ontario, with 112 online learning centres throughout the province. Based principally in Sudbury and Thunder Bay, the network partners with Ontario's 24 public colleges, 22 public universities and 250 public literacy and essential skills and training providers to help Ontarians in over 600 ...

  8. Dominican University College - Wikipedia

    Founded in 1900 and granted a civil university charter in 1967, Dominican University College is modelled on the houses of studies of the Order of Preachers and was originally the centre of graduate studies for Canadian Dominicans. [2] Today, Dominican offers civil and pontifical bachelor's, master's, and doctoral degrees in philosophy and theology.