Vanier College’s Rhys Adams receives a $96,000 FRQNT grant to study the use of silicon nitride for high speed communications

Photonics, which is the use of light to perform functions similar to those of electronics, has transformed the quality of our daily lives in ways unimaginable decades ago. For example, it has had a huge impact on communication systems and networks, which have stimulated economic prosperity for business, healthcare, education, and entertainment sectors. Vanier College […]

Vanier College will receive funding of $1.5 million for renovation of the Animal Health Technology facilities and Chemistry labs

Vanier College is very pleased to announce that it will receive funding of $1.5 million from the Federal Government’s Post-Secondary Institutions Strategic Investment Fund (SIF Funding). The funds will cover the renovation of the Animal Health Technology facilities and the renovation of Chemistry labs. “This is excellent news for Vanier College as well as educational […]

Québec government agrees to fund Vanier’s Montreal-Gaspé student exchange

Next winter, Vanier College and three other Montreal cegeps, will send 28 students to study for a semester at the Cégep de la Gaspésie et des Îles, thanks to new funding from the Quebec government that will finance the project and other similar ones for the next five years. The Montreal-Gaspé exchange, which was started […]

Vanier College Board of Directors opposes budget cuts to CEGEPs

On March 31, 2015, at a regular meeting, the Vanier College Board of Directors adopted a resolution objecting to the recent announcement by the Quebec government to cut $40 million from the operating budgets of all public CEGEPs. For Vanier College this means that approximately $1.133 million must be cut from its budget. This $1.133 […]

An artificial-turf soccer/football field for Saint-Laurent and Vanier College

An artificial-turf soccer/football field for Saint-Laurent and Vanier College  At a news conference held today, Sylvain Pagé, parliamentary assistant to the Minister of Education, Recreation and Sports, Marie Malavoy, Alan DeSousa, mayor of Saint-Laurent, and Gilbert Héroux, Director General of Vanier College, were pleased to announce their financial participation in the construction of a new […]

Vanier College Board denounces surprise budget cuts

Responding to a unilateral demand by the Ministry of Education, Leisure and Sport that the public cegeps make an in-year cut of $29.8 million from their 2011-2012 budgets, on Tuesday, September 27, 2011, the Vanier College Board of Directors passed a resolution strongly opposing this unannounced and unexpected reduction in funding. Although pressure from the […]

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