An evening with Hon. Brad Duguid, MPP hosted by CCO

[Private Career Colleges] “quickly provide training to students looking to re-enter the job market. In fact, without private career colleges delivering these important training and education programs, it would cost the government $330 million to deliver them at publicly funded colleges,” Duguid said in a statement. -Toronto Star, January 21, 2014

CCO is hosting a career college showcase event with the Honourable Brad Duguid on Tuesday, April 1st, 2014.

The reception will be an opportunity for CCO members and stakeholders to meet with the Minister of Training, Colleges and Universities and help strengthen ongoing relationships with elected officials.

Join CCO at this special event to show your support for the career college sector and the efforts of Minster Duguid.

To purchase individual tickets for this event, register here.

You can also sponsor this event by contacting Alix Mahé at or at 519-752-2124 ext. 115.

Access our sponsorship package for this event here.




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