Saturday, June 22, 2024

Letter from the Editor

Summer vibes

We are soooo ready to toss the winter blahs, erase the thoughts of snow and cold, and trade in our multiple layers of clothing for lighter fabrics! Bring it on!

As we prepare for all the wonderful things that come with summer, namely vacation and outdoor activities, I wanted to send along the latest e-edition of Currents to highlight our amazing staff and alumni. So, whether you are planning your garden, deciding where your holidays will take you, or grabbing a cup of coffee, sit back and enjoy the articles featured on our site.

You will also notice some new additions to Currents namely two students who have shared their mental health stories with us – in their own voices – as part of CNA’s recognition of Mental Health Awareness month.

If you would like to contribute articles about your area of expertise or an experience that you feel will help others, please contact me.

In this e-edition, we have recipes from Marine Cooking Instructor, Chef Michael Boyd; we also hear from one of our newest employees Erica Lawrence; learn about a wellness project our libraries are working on; and, alumni, Tyler Humber, Sarah Kirby and Mike Feehan share what they’ve been up to.

Plus, we have a special treat as we take you inside the Bay St. George campus’s new state-of-the-art executive kitchen that is home to the college’s Baking & Pastry Arts program.

As always, feel free to reach out to me at any time at

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Ryanne McIsaac
Ryanne McIsaac
Ryanne is Editor of CNA Currents. Born and raised in Stephenville, NL, Ryanne moved back to Newfoundland after spending 16 years in Calgary, Alberta. Ryanne has a Journalism Diploma from College of the North Atlantic and a Bachelor of Arts Degree from Cape Breton University. She worked for many years as a reporter and freelance writer. She is happy to be back in her hometown and working for CNA.


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