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Work on the Multi-Purpose Campus Trail, the Athletics and Recreation Centre and the new IT Centre, will necessitate the closing of Governor’s Boulevard until further notice, commencing Wednesday, May 15.
Access to preferred lots on the east side of the campus will continue from West 5th.
Delivery vehicles must also enter the campus from West 5th. Special Access will be provided for service, emergency and waste management vehicles.
Access to general parking lots on west side of the campus will be from Fennell Avenue and will be guided by temporary signage. There will be no through-access between Fennell and West 5th entrances at this time.
There will be signage installed by contractors to direct vehicles to their proper locations.
Accommodations will be made for Convocation guests, with ceremonies taking place June 11-14.
The School of Justice and Wellness, the repatriated Brantford (Elgin) Campus, is in the process of moving into their new location at Fennell Campus starting today, April 29, 2013.
The renewal of the C-Wing and old gymnasium include new collaborative spaces, faculty and administrative offices, laboratories and classrooms, and training areas for programs such as Public Safety and Security and programs related to Health, Wellness and Fitness.
We are thrilled to welcome the staff and faculty into their new, state-of-the-art facilities, and are looking forward to welcoming new and returning students in September.
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Tina (Fatameh) Dolatzadeh went from having it all, a great education, a nice car and a home, to starting from scratch when she and her husband left Iran for Canada last year.
Back home, Tina owned a small but successful chemical engineering business, but the deepening sanctions against the Iranian government over its disputed nuclear program were taking a toll on her business, making it hard to import materials, she said.
Started by Canadian novelist Katherine Govier for the Bata Shoe Museum, “The Shoe Project” allows women to tell their stories through the shoes they were wearing at specific times in their lives. Eight of the shoes are on display in the glass cabinets across from the Books Store in the basement of C Wing at the Fennell Campus. The display will be up until the end of next week (Friday, March 22).