Read the article published by CBCNews.ca where they announce “Two First Nations healers will be honoured for their exemplary work by Canada’s largest mental health and addiction teaching hospital later this month”.
Follow this link to access the article: http://www.cbc.ca/beta/news/indigenous/first-nations-healers-honoured-for-unique-approaches-to-mental-health-addictions-1.4382748
Visit the Human Resources website to get updates on latest negotiations on Academic Bargaining 2017.
Link path: https://department.flemingcollege.ca/hr/academic-bargaining-2017/
A tab was also created under Faculty Resources for easy access to the page above.
The Academic session agendas for September 5th are now live on the external website.
To check orientation agendas, please visit: https://flemingcollege.ca/student-life/orientation and find the relevant programs in your school.
The Convocation 2017 schedule is now available at https://flemingcollege.ca/convocation.
There’s also a link under Faculty Resources/Links to Other pages on our affinity website.
Our Open House is fast approaching (Saturday, Nov 5 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.). Have you checked the Open House Information page and agenda yet? Visit https://flemingcollege.ca/openhouse and check the agendas for:
It is with great enthusiasm that we announce our new GAS logo. Congratulations to Vikki Maystruk, Kari Draker-Fortis, Sharon Archibald, Deborah Long, Soobia Siddiqui and Clive Russell for winning the contest and for using your creativity to design the school’s new logo!
The GAS Newsletter is now available. Download Newsletter Start-up Fall 2016
Please be advised that the college has a new Whistleblower Policy, which was approved by our Board of Governors in June. The policy has been put in place to ensure College operations are conducted ethically and with integrity. It encourages members of the College community to report improper activity and wrongdoing without fear of retaliation or reprisal.
You are invited to view the policy here:
(Finance and Facilities policy #4-428)
The Absences and Retroactive Accommodations memorandum provides information on the the recently approved Class Absence Operating Procedure, and the process designed to address the College’s requirement to comply with the Ontario Human Rights Commission’s ruling regarding “Medical Documentation Guidelines and Accommodation” which includes retroactive accommodations.