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Mistras employees demonstrate rope access maneuvers at the Lake Huron Learning Collaborative open house and barbecue June 7, 2017

The Enbridge Quality of Life Award goes to an individual, business or not-for- profit organization for outstanding contribution to the quality of life of a person, group or organization in our community.
The winner is the Lake Huron Learning Collaborative.

Almost 200 people attended the annual Kincardine and District Chamber of Commerce Community Achievement Awards gala, held Saturday night at the TownePlace Suites Marriott Hotel in Kincardine. Chamber president Matt Smith welcomed everyone and said there were more than 100 nominations submitted this…

The Lake Huron Learning Collaborative is pleased to honour two local students through the 2016 Jean Marlatt Bursary program.

The 2016 bursary was presented to Amber and Stacey. Amber recently completed the Personal Support Worker Certificate program at LHLC in Kincardine. Stacey is completing her Human Resources Management Certificate in Goderich. Both of these programs are offered through the organization’s partnership with Fanshawe College.
A number of Fanshawe College programs will be offered this fall in Kincardine, including Project Management Specialist, Personal Support Worker, MS Excel and Payroll Administration.

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Lake Huron Learning Collaborative in Goderich will be closing its doors as of June 30th. We had 12 amazing years in which we provided post-secondary education and interest classes for Goderich and area. Thank you so much for your support. It was greatly
The good news....
Lake Huron Learning Collaborative in Kincardine will continue to provide exciting educational opportunities. If you have any questions, concerns, or you would like to know what courses LHLC Kincardine has to offer please check out the website
( or call our Kincardine office at 519-396-4146.

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University and college will soon be free for students from low-income families and more affordable for those from middle-class homes.

Is there something that you'd like to learn? Tell us! We are always looking for new ideas.

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