Getting protein into your diet isn’t always easy for those struggling to make ends meet. An event hosted by West Kootenay Labour Council and Selkirk College offered up a meal for families – a free salmon buffet – in banquet style as an initiative aiming to ensure poverty doesn’t reach the plate.
After getting a solid foundation in the Selkirk College Engineering Program, Peter Kremler went on to the University of Victoria to finish his degree in Electrical Engineering. When the Kaslo native graduated, he was honoured with the IEEE Victoria Section Gold Medal for achieving top marks.
Five outstanding faculty members have been recognized for their commitment to learning and exceptional performance in the classroom. The Selkirk College Faculty Association hosted a special evening at the Castlegar Campus earlier this month where they presented their annual SCOPE Awards.
Since Selkirk College alumni began transitioning into the regional workforce in the late-1960s, individuals educated close to home have helped build and grow the economy of the West Kootenay and Boundary region. This ongoing series of industry partners takes a closer look at our relationship with FortisBC.