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Learning on the fly

By Minal Abhange For fishers tired of telling stories about the one that got away, there is a little secret seasoned enthusiasts want you to...

Who did your hairdo Cindy Lou Who?

By Minal Abhange Makeup and hair may not be the first thought that comes to mind when thinking of theatre; however, it is a key...

Uncomplicated Success

By Minal Abhange Peter Green found his calling after falling in love with music at a very early age. “I enjoyed music so much I had...

Continuing Education

By Minal Abhange Travelling miles away from home may seem really scary for a lot of us, but not for College of the North Atlantic...

CNA news recap…

CNA research makes waves on Parliament Hill February 3 - CNA’s Wave Energy Research Centre was one of six research projects highlighted during a presentation...

CNA news recap…

Grand Falls-Windsor take Business Case title for second year November 23 - The quartet of CNA students joined a dozen teams at the college’s Grand...

“Cutting edge” technology

By Glenda McCarthy It’s not every day a post-secondary student gets the opportunity to work on a project from concept to completion, but for College...

Cabinetmaking students lend skills to Habitat project

By Glenda McCarthy College of the North Atlantic’s Cabinetmaking program students are the second group to lend their skills to the Habitat for Humanity Newfoundland...

CNA students win five Pinnacle Awards

By Glenda McCarthy Students of College of the North Atlantic’s (CNA) took home a lot of hardware at the Newfoundland and Labrador Pinnacle Awards gala...

The perfect combination

By Glenda McCarthy A dozen graduates from College of the North Atlantic (CNA) volunteered at the annual Eat the Hill event in Clarenville, working side-by-side...

‘It is a long road and the burden is heavy, but we are up for the challenge’

By Kyle Greenham College of the North Atlantic’s work in the country of Guyana may be continuing well into the future. Although CNA’s initial partnership, helping...

‘The world is catching up fast’

By Kyle Greenham   Leesa James is a 44-year-old mother of six, and has lived in Linden, Guyana for 26 years. Besides being at the top...

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