Canadore poised to reach new heights after expansion
The sky’s the limit for Canadore College aviation students with the September grand opening of the Advanced Composites Fabrication, Repair and Test Centre (ART-TC) in North Bay.
Some leading-edge technology is being introduced to allow students to make composite material for aircraft inside a brand new 5,000-square-foot addition at the college’s aviation campus at Jack Garland Airport.
Built for $4.5 million, the one-story addition to the aviation building is comprised of three labs, with two “clean” and “dirty” rooms for making advanced composites, along with a coveted non-destructive testing (NDT) space. | READ MORE
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