Fleming breaks ground on Haliburton residence


Fleming College has broken ground on its new Haliburton residence, which will have 47 beds. The $16M residence will house students in Fleming’s Haliburton School of Art and Design certificate and diploma programs, as well as students who are attending summer programs and workshops. “The development of this residence not only demonstrates Fleming’s commitment to the county of Dysart, it will provide safe and secure housing for all future students, as well as economic and housing opportunities for the region,” said Fleming President Maureen Adamson. “This development is an example of what college and community partnerships can build together.”