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Crime Stoppers partnership promotes campus and community safety


Posted on Feb 24, 2017
On February 23, Cambrian College’s Criminal Justice Association (CCCJA), Paragon Security, and Crime Stoppers teamed up to promote a new partnership that aims to make Cambrian and the community a safer place. Thanks to this new initiative, student volunteers with the CCCJA are engaged in campus outreach campaigns to promote Crime Stoppers, which is a...

Shield women extend their season and playoff hopes


Posted on Feb 16, 2017
With their collective backs against the wall, on February 11 and 12, the Cambrian Golden Shield women came out swinging. And as any good volleyball coach will tell you, it’s almost always a good idea to keep swinging, in order to enjoy success in this sport. The Golden Shield looked to be something of a long-shot to...

Men’s volleyball team take a much closer rematch


Posted on Feb 16, 2017
Though there was certainly a much greater pushback than when the teams first met in late October, the Cambrian Golden Shield men’s volleyball team managed to complete their season sweep of the Collège Boréal Vipères on February 1st  in New Sudbury. The Shield took down their cross-town rivals in three sets, winning 25-21, 25-21, 25-17, much closer than their...

Playoff Hopes for Volleyball Squad


Posted on Feb 16, 2017
Playoff Hopes for Volleyball Squad A heart-breaking four set loss to the Mohawk Mountaineers on Jan. 13 could easily have spelled the end of the playoff hopes for the Cambrian Golden Shield women’s volleyball team. Matched against a very even opponent in an encounter that seemed awfully close to a “must win” affair, the locals were handed a 25-27,...

College students and grads: Win prizes for innovative projects


Posted on Feb 2, 2017
To help mark 50th-anniversary celebrations in 2017, Colleges Ontario has launched the William G. Davis Innovation Fund and a contest that encourages students and alumni to pitch innovative projects and initiatives for cash prizes. The fund has been named after former premier William G. Davis, who served as Ontario’s education minister from 1962 to 1971...

Cambrian students partner with Crime Stoppers


Posted on Jan 31, 2017
On January 11, Sudbury Rainbow Crime Stoppers, Cambrian College’s School of Justice and the Cambrian College Criminal Justice Association (CCCJA) announced a new partnership that will engage students in crime prevention activities and initiatives that contribute to safety on campus and in the community. This partnership encourages closer collaboration between Cambrian’s School of Justice students,...
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