Fraser Sutherland entered Selkirk College with an open mind to the meanderings of her post-secondary interests, confident the School of University Arts & Sciences would point her in the right direction. She will leave in September to spread her academic wings further at the University of British Columbia.
Selkirk College is receiving $87,000 from the provincial government to purchase new industry-standard technology for its trades programs. As part of B.C.’s Skills for Jobs Blueprint, the government is investing $12 million in 2015-16 for new trades equipment at 14 public post-secondary institutions.
Locals and visitors alike are enjoying the bounty of recreational opportunities the West Kootenay has to offer this summer and at the Kaslo Golf Club the experience has been enhanced courtesy of the Selkirk College Saints hockey team. Members of the team helped lay sod on the first tee this past spring.
As chair of the Selkirk College Board of Governors, Bruce Morrison embraced the opportunity to help guide post-secondary education in the West Kootenay-Boundary. With passion for lifelong learning that meshes perfectly with the college vision, the well-respected community leader has now passed the torch.