Booth to move full operations to new location in Winnipeg


Booth University College has announced that it will move its full operations to a different location in Winnipeg. The new location is a heritage building which Booth previously owned and has continued to rent space in. Booth will be repurchasing it and relocating from a location downtown which has been acquired by Providence University College. Booth’s new location will undergo renovations and will be named the Waldron Building in honour of the role that the late Commissioners John and Helen Waldron played in establishing Booth. “This space will facilitate innovation in learning and teaching across multiple platforms and modalities,” said Booth VP Academic & Dean Dr Linda Schwartz. “[It will] foster learning engagement within a purposeful, relevant and rich environmental hub of learning communities.”