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Ignite News Magazine on Cable 14

Ignite Newsmagazine is a weekly half-hour television show produced by students in the Journalism and Television Production programs at Mohawk College. The show gives you a glimpse into life at the school, with a focus on stories of interest to Mohawk’s students. Feature interviews with newsmakers, movie reviews and profiles ...

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Ingenuity at Work showcases the best Mohawk has to offer

The halls of Mohawk College were filled this week as business owners from Hamilton and Burlington, along with representatives from the city of Burlington, toured the campus for Ingenuity at Work. The event promoted partnerships between local businesses, the city of Burlington, and Mohawk College. Burlington Mayor Rick Goldring saw this ...

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Meet N2N’s Remo

Remo Del Col is a professional engineer who spent most of his career working in the world of corporate management. Ten years ago Del Col retired and started to do community work for organizations including N2N (Neighbour 2 Neighbour). “I’ve been a long-time supporter of agencies that work with the ...

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Mohawk signs national Indigenous Education Protocol

A historic initiative was signed at Mohawk College on Monday, November 2nd when Mohawk President Ron McKerlie, Minister of Aboriginal Affairs David Zimmer and Mohawk Board Chair Joe Parker signed the Indigenous Education Protocol for Colleges and Institutes . “The protocol has seven elements to it,” said Zimmer. “If we can ...

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Mountaineers make their mark on the pitch

The Mohawk Women’s Varsity Soccer team turned their losing streak on its head Thursday night, shutting out the Redeemer University Royals in a 7-0 victory. Braving the cold weather and threat of rain, the team put on an impressive front, maintaining an edge over their opponents that lasted through both ...

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