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Lakeland Link Newsletter: Jan. 21, 2020
Starting this fall, Lakeland will be offering Canada's first bachelor of agricultural ​technology program, offering students real-world experience with the latest agricultural equipment, software, hardware and digital devices.
The governments of Canada and Alberta are investing $1.9 million in Lakeland's applied research sector. This grant will support the college to take over the pulse agronomy and beef production systems programs in Alberta.
Chris Senaratne, dean of the Emergency Training Centre, ​was presented with the 2021 Johnny G. Wilson Memorial Award in recognition of his lifetime of advocacy and commitment to the fire service.

Beyond the classroom

Gabriella Marsh
Business student Gabriella Marsh learned that this year, going beyond the classroom means bringing the classroom home.

Student-run spa and salon open for business

Open salon
Hairstyling and esthetician students are getting hands-on experience as clinics open for limited clientele this month.

Keeping learning hands-on

Lakeland is one of only two colleges in Alberta offering full-time, face-to-face trades training this academic year.

Alumni spotlight

Lovich family
Dairy farming runs in the family for Lakeland alumni Michael and Jessica Lovich, and it's a labour of love they are passing down to their children.




Message from our president

Dr. Alice Wainwright-Stewart
Dr. Alice Wainwright-Stewart's newest column celebrates Lakeland's latest good news.

Upcoming ​events

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