The Selkirk College Saints already potent offense has been bolstered with commitments from a pair of players with proven point-producing talents. Forward Wade Johnson and defenceman Seth Schmidt will be joining the four-time defending British Columbia Intercollegiate Hockey League champion Saints for the upcoming 2016-2017 season.
When International student Xu Jiaming returned to China after wrapping up his year at Selkirk College, he went secure in the knowledge that two British Columbian universities would welcome him back to study this fall, a dream come true for the young learner. Xu, also went by his adopted Canadian name Charlie.
Strengthening Our Relations Conference will return to Selkirk College this autumn, aiming to engage Indigenous youth from around the region as they take part in the third annual event. Called “Reconciliation Through Indigenous Youth Leadership,” this year’s conference will feature keynote speaker Wab Kinew.
Funding from the Federal Government will provide three projects with the resources required to further advance innovative collaborative partnerships with community organizations and local businesses. The Social Sciences & Humanities Research Council has announced that Selkirk College will receive three grants totaling $603,430.