Royal Roads leads study on West Shore post-secondary options

April 17, 2018
Times Colonist; Goldstream News Gazette; CTV Vancouver Island; CHEK News; CFAX 1070
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The Ministry of Advanced Education, Skills and Training has announced Royal Roads University will receive $250,000 to lead a group of community partners to prepare a business plan on post-secondary education delivery options in Langford.

Royal Roads University President Allan Cahoon says the university will work with partners to come up with a business plan for improving access to a post-secondary education on the West Shore.

“The question is: Is there a need by parents, by students, by business leaders, by governments, to do something here?” he says. “If there is something, then how could it be established in a collaborative, efficient, effective style?”

Read the coverage at the Times Colonist, Goldstream Gazette, CFAX 1070 and CHEK News and watch the video from CTV Vancouver Island (story begins at 6:17.)