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Make a difference and take a lead role in maintaining order and justice in our society through enforcement and prevention training.

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Canadore is supportive of both your academic and cultural needs.

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Canadore’s School of Business prepares you for limitless careers in the business world. Our professors are highly skilled and have extensive industry experience.

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Skilled workers are in high demand locally, provincially and across Canada.

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Train for an exciting career in media, design or dramatic arts. Our new integrated media hub is equipped with the latest technologies and training tools.

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As new technologies surface, there is a growing need for skilled professionals to work in vital areas that affect our daily lives such as alternative energy, disease c

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OSSTF Labour Disruption

Ontario's Public Colleges are aware of the current labour disruption by the Ontario Secondary School Teachers' Federation (OSSTF) in Durham Region, and the potential impact of other ongoing labour negotiations around the province. Every effort is being made to ensure applications continue to be processed and offers of admission are issued.


Colleges are sensitive to concerns that mid-term marks may be delayed in the event of a strike, and any potential impacts to current applicants will be minimized.  Ontario's Public Colleges want to assure students and their families that we are working at a provincial level with the Ministry of Education and Colleges Ontario to develop a contingency plan that will allow students to complete the admissions process for any college affected.


Colleges are committed to promoting access to postsecondary education, and will do everything they can to ensure current applicants are not disadvantaged by the current labour situation.   Ontario's Public Colleges will be monitoring the situation closely and will update applicants as events unfold.   For more information please check your college website or the OCAS website.