South Edmonton property once slated for new NAIT campus being sold for $50M

A piece of land in south Edmonton once slated to be part of an ambitious NAIT expansion is now being sold by the province. The property is south of Ellerslie Road, between 91 Street SW and 101 Street SW, near…

NAIT and SAIT presidents part of Alberta task force for skilled trades

The Alberta government has announced a task force that will look for ways to increase awareness of skilled trades and raise the profile of the industry. The 19-member panel will be co-chaired by the presidents of the Northern and Southern…

‘Tiny homes’ provide shelter, job skills for central Alberta First Nation

After six months of hard work, eleven students officially graduated from a tiny home building program on the Montana First Nation south of Edmonton. The adults headed back to school in the fall of 2018. Story continues below “We started…

Calgary political scientist says feds would’ve been better ‘doing nothing’ for Alberta

December 18 2018 8:44pm Tue, Dec 18: Political Scientist Duane Bratt joins Scott Fee to discuss the federal government announcing $1.6 billion for the oil and gas sector in Alberta. ‘ }); } else { var rel_id = svp.releaseInfo.contentId+””; if(…

Student team in Edmonton set to be the eyes and ears of Grey Cup fans across the country

Since the Grey Cup Festival committee couldn’t squeeze a large chunk of the millions of CFL fans from across the country onto Edmonton’s Jasper Avenue and into a few dozen hospitality suites, they’ve done the next best thing. Just like…

Alberta campaign tries to break hazy marijuana myths

The Alberta Motor Association has teamed up with post-secondary students to end myths surrounding pot use and driving. The AMA – along with the NAIT Students’ Association and Alberta Students’ Executive Council – has launched the new campaign as consumption…