College leadership connects with MP Wayne Stetski in Ottawa

The Colleges and Institutes Canada conference was recently held in Ottawa, May 1 and 2.

College of the Rockies Executive Director, International and Regional Development, Patricia Bowron and President David Walls joined Columbia Kootenay Member of Parliament, Wayne Stetski and College Board of Governors Chair Wilda Schab at the Colleges and Institutes Canada conference in Ottawa, May 1 and 2.

Pictured, from L to R: College of the Rockies Executive Director, International and Regional Development, Patricia Bowron and President David Walls joined Columbia Kootenay Member of Parliament, Wayne Stetski and College Board of Governors Chair Wilda Schab at the Colleges and Institutes Canada conference in Ottawa, May 1 and 2. — Photo courtesy College of the Rockies

Key College of the Rockies personnel including President David Walls and Executive Director, International and Regional Development, Patricia Bowron were recently in Ottawa for the Colleges and Institutes Canada conference on May 1 and 2. They took the opportunity to meet with Columbia Kootenay Member of Parliament, Wayne Stetski at the Capital.

Also the College's Patricia Bowron had the opportunity to connect with International Minister of Trade, The Honourable Francois-Phillipe Champagne and Kootenay-Columbia Member of Parliament, Wayne Stetski.

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