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Edmundston students earn certificates in Canadian Life course

EDMUNDSTON, New Brunswick — Thirty students and international school students recently received their certificates of continuing education from the University of Moncton, Edmundston Campus (UMCE), after passing the 13th series of introductory courses in Canadian life.

A small reception was held Dec. 6 to honor these students from UMCE and the Collège communautaire du Nouveau-Brunswick – Edmundston Campus. The certificates were presented by Pierrette Fortin, dean of studies at UMCE, and Isabelle Morneau, guidance counselor at CCNB – Edmundston campus.

The course objective is to facilitate the integration of the participants in their new Canadian environment and have a better understanding of the geographic and economic situation of the region once the labor market. Ten workshops of the autumn session were devoted to various elements and components of student life in the Northwest region and the country.
Offer introductory course in Canadian life was made possible through a partnership between the UMCE, CCNB – Edmundston campus and the Northwest Newcomers Resource Center (CRNANO).

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