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College Senates Are Not Permitted but Input from Faculty, Students, and Community Has Always Been a Must

It is important to understand why College academic senates are not legally permitted, but colleges have always had input from faculty, students, and the community, both at the Board of Governors, and through statutory advisory committees.
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CAAT Group Insurance Plans and False Claims

The College Employer Council (CEC) is the policyholder for the CAAT Group Insurance benefits plan for the 24 Ontario Colleges. One of CEC’s roles is to keep the group insurance plans sustainable and prudently funded. The threat to the plan sustainability posed by benefit’s fraud continues to be a concern for CEC.
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Colleges’ Partnerships with Educational Institutions Affirmed through Arbitration and the OLRB

Ontario’s public colleges have a world-class reputation for their diverse programming that prepares students to be career-ready and life-long learners. Over the years, several of Ontario’s public colleges have partnered with private career colleges to offer the public colleges’ programming to international students.
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