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The Algonquin Times family proudly presents our first online newsletter for Fall 2021. Our editorial team has been hard at work curating content that brings you news about your Algonquin College community. While many of us are not able to physically be together, we want to help you stay connected.

We hope you enjoy reading!

 Editors: Jeremy Morse, Muna Aden, Gabrielle Nadeau and Julien Bernier

Times Senior Editors


The Jack Doyle Athletics and Recreation Centre has its official opening
by Baylee Clark

After over 10 years of planning and a multi-year construction phase, the Jack Doyle Athletics and Recreation Centre officially opened at Algonquin College at the Woodroffe campus as Sept. 27, 2021.

How vegetarian students and staff find food on campus
by Maggie van Lith

Andrea Emery is a graphic design professor who has followed a plant-based diet for nearly 10 years. During that time, Emery has noticed a shift towards more vegan and vegetarian-friendly options at Algonquin College.

As Canada’s National Day for Truth and Reconciliation approaches on Sept. 30, Algonquin College plans to honour the lives of those affected by the horrors of the country’s residential school system.

The “Generations Lost: Healing the Legacy of Residential Schools” event will be hosted on campus from Sept. 27 until Oct. 7 in the C-building.

When lockdowns were implemented in Spring 2021, public relations students along with their professor, Stephen Heckbert, had to discuss a plan of action for the in-person charity event in support of the Dave Smith Youth Treatment Centre they had planned. They came to the consensus that delaying their event to Fall 2021 was best.

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