CNF to receive almost $5M to support Franco-ténois labour needs

Collège Nordique francophone will be receiving nearly $5M in funding from the federal and territorial governments to support the labour needs of the Franco-ténois community. CNF will use the funds to create an EDI strategy, set up classrooms to facilitate virtual teaching, and offer programs that meet the labour needs of the community. “[This funding] will enable us to implement projects in our new business plan,” said CNF Executive Director Patrick Arsenault. “Commensurate with our community’s potential, this funding demonstrates a serious commitment on the part of the federal government to minority-language post-secondary education, and we are grateful for it.” Newswire| CBC Note: Archived stories may contain dead links or be missing source links.

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