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GBC Entrepreneur Spotlight: Wes Grove and John Baker

GBC Entrepreneur Spotlight: Wes Grove and John Baker

Wes Grove (left) and John Baker (right) are the co-founders of Mobile Arts Programming, or MAP, a mobile arts programming service that provides the opportunity for participants to engage in arts-based programming within the comfort of their own community setting. Music with MAP is a programming platform where experienced facilitators run music workshops that explore various aspects […]

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GBC Entrepreneur Spotlight: Erin Gamelin

GBC Entrepreneur Spotlight: Erin Gamelin

Erin Gamelin Owner and President of  Stout Irish Pub and Louis Cifer Brew Works Erin moved to Toronto from St. Albert, Alberta at 19 in 1993.  With many years working in restaurants and retail under her belt, she was the youngest manager at Winners in Canada.  After 2 years of that, feeling that her potential was […]

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Social Innovation Hub 2018 Showcase

Social Innovation Hub 2018 Showcase

Dear Social Innovation Hub Supporters, Come out and support our amazing 20 2018 Hubsters!   You are cordially invited to attend the Social Innovation Hub Showcase on Wednesday 11 April in Room 410 A at 200 King St East from 9:30 am – 12 pm.  Hubsters will be showcasing their exciting work and ambition to make a […]

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GBC Students Compete At WWF Hackathon!

GBC Students Compete At WWF Hackathon!

Five students were chosen to represent George Brown College at the first ever World Wildlife Fund (WWF) hackathon! With themes surrounding sustainability and the circular economy, students from multiple post-secondary institutions were expected to come up with a sustainable solution of their choosing. Team GBC – consisting of Lia Bezerra, Adrianna Jane, Frederico Neumann, Charles […]

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Come out and support the Holiday Hamper Drive, run by GBC’s Student Association and Student Services and Campus Life committee! The SA runs three food banks across each of its main campuses, serving over 500 students, and over 10,000 individual food bank visits per year. This number is gradually increasing! What to donate: Non-perishable and […]

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