TRU has a new Practical Nursing Diploma

TRU’s brand new Practical Nursing Diploma still has a few seats available for international applicants. As Canada is in great need of nurses, this program will not only lead to a fantastic career, but also lead to great immigration opportunities. Please encourage your students to apply!!!

Duration (2 years): September 2012 – April 2014 (with possible paid practicum period May 2013-August 2013)

Admission Requirements (Basic):

  • Secondary school (High school) completion;
  • TOEFL iBT 88, IELTS 6.5;
  • Additional requirements apply, please contact welcome@tru.ca and we will help you to assess your qualification.

New tool in Google Docs – Research Pane

The research pane taps into Google Search directly from Google documents, so whether you want to add a cool destination to your itinerary for an upcoming trip to India or you’re looking for the perfect presidential quote for a political science paper, you don’t even have to open a new tab.

You can access the research pane from the Tools menu by right clicking on a selected word that you want to learn more about. From the research pane, you can search for whatever info you need to help you write your document. With just a couple clicks you can look up maps, quotes, images, and much more.

If you find something you like, you can add it by clicking the insert button or, for images, by dragging them directly into your document. If appropriate we’ll automatically add a footnote citation so there’s a record of where you found the info.

Donating to not-for-profit organizations in Vancouver

Have you finished your studies at CCEL? Are you going back to your home country? Do you have too much stuff to take with you? If you answered “yes” to all of these questions, then be kind to the environment and your suitcases … and RECYCLE what you don’t want/need! You can donate your things to the following not-for-profit organisations in Vancouver.

For a list of Greater Vancouver Shelters that may also take donations please go to: http://vancouver.ca/police/blockwatch/shelters.htm

You can also visit the Recycling Council of British Columbia’s website for more great recycling resources and tips: http://www.rcbc.bc.ca