The College of New Caledonia is showcasing equipment at its Lakes District campus that it says will provide broader access to programs.
CNC says its Digital Delivery Instruction (DDI), now available in Burns lake, saw major growth during the 2016/2017 academic year, with 23 courses delivered and 643 student registrations in DDI-delivered courses.
CNC had also planned to speak with Burns Lake village council Wednesday night, but slippery road conditions have forced officials to cancel the presentation.
College officials had planned to lay out both the challenges and opportunities CNC faces in the Lakes District.
The relationship between the college and council has been a rocky one in the past couple of years with conflict over CNC’s decision to ditch family services programming in favour of educational programs in the Lakes District.