The College of New Caledonia (CNC) is holding a public consultation session on 2019/2020 budgets on Feb. 1. (Blair McBride photo)

CNC to host public session on 2019/2020 budget

The College of New Caledonia (CNC) is inviting the public to join a consultation session on Feb. 1 for its 2019/2020 budget talks.

The college’s six campuses will be linked up via the Digital Delivery Instruction (DDI) system for the session.

“Last year, DDI was very successful in connecting voices from different communities into one budget session,” said CNC President Henry Reiser in a press release. “The communities CNC serves are important stakeholders. Understanding their vision for education in their community is an important step to CNC’s decision making process.”

Presentations at the session are limited to 10 minutes each and written presentations are accepted.

Registration for the event runs until Jan. 30 at 4 p.m.

To register email and include the presenter and organization’s name(s), contact information, and the campus where registrants wish to present.

More information is available at under the ‘Budget 2019/2020’ button.

Sessions begin at 4 p.m. on Feb. 1 in Room 002 of the Lakes District campus, Room J2/201 at the Fort St. James campus and Room 3-140 at the Vanderhoof campus, Room 3-140.

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