Boréal suspends programming in light of declining enrolment, market demand

February 9, 2018

Collège Boréal has opted to suspend 12 programs across the college’s campuses in light of declining enrolment and rising expenses over the last five years. “Industry is changing as fast as we are, and we have to keep adapting to make sure our students are ready for that job market,” explained Boréal’s Senior VP of Corporate Affairs Danielle Talbot-Larieviere. Talbot-Larieviere added that the cuts will have “minimal impact” on faculty, and that qualified staff will be able to teach in another program as per their collective agreement. CBC | Timmins Press