The awards, which honour 10 alumni for outstanding professional and community contributions, will be presented in a virtual ceremony on Sept. 30.
With rapid shifts in technologies and labour force demographics, employers and individuals alike must reskill and upskill more often than ever before.
Having to virtually integrate a new employee into an organization presents a unique set of challenges for employers.
School says new offering will “combine skills for those who want to wear a lab coat and a chef’s coat, and is well suited for those with a passion for food and a love of science.”
Startup has already landed a deal with one of the city’s best-known sports retailers as it seeks to cash in on a surge in outdoor activities during the pandemic.
Biotherapeutics Manufacturing Centre at the Ottawa Hospital’s General campus has been turning out cutting-edge therapies for nearly 15 years.
Take-home lab kits, with necessary equipment for applied research projects, were provided to students to support remote hands-on learning for students.
Funded by the federal government’s Youth Employment and Skills Strategy, the program will see Algonquin work with 13 Indigenous partner organizations in eight provinces and territories.
Shopify vice-president of growth Luc Levesque and Invest Ottawa vice-president of human resources Heidi Hauver are two of the 11 recipients being recognized for their contributions to the community.
Telecom giant said it’s installing the same technology that helps power internet traffic for service providers such as Bell and Telus at Algonquin’s Optophotonics Lab.