June 29th, 2021
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The Humber Arboretum with lush, greenery in full bloom on either side of a dirt path.

There have been many reminders over the last eighteen months about what is important.  

We have learned a great deal about each other, about our history and about what we want our future to be.  

I appreciate all of the Humber staff and students who have shared their personal stories over recent months and how we continue to support each other as a community.  

As we look ahead to the rest of the summer, there is reason for hope. As more people across the province get vaccinated and we move to the next phases of reopening in Ontario, there will be more opportunities...Read more

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June 24th, 2021
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In my May 12 blog, I wrote about our new vision document Humber Tomorrow, that summarizes our current operating environment and outlines the strategic priorities on which we will focus our efforts in the next two years. This document builds on our existing Strategic Plan.

Over the last few months as part of a consultation process, we have had the opportunity to hear from faculty and staff about the future of Humber and what we have learned during the pandemic. More than 700 employees participated in larger sessions and many departments and...Read more

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June 16th, 2021
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Humber College President and CEO Chris Whitaker smiles as streamers shoot out of a party favour in his hand at the Barrett CTI

Yesterday, we came together as a community to celebrate the achievements and successes of the Humber College spring 2021 graduating class.  

For those who were not able to join us yesterday, I wanted to share a few of the thoughts from my Convocation address.  

Congratulations graduates.  

I have often said that convocation is one of my favourite times of year. It is an opportunity to think about the future and the changemakers that you, our newest Humber graduates, will become in communities and industries locally and around the world. 

This year, more than ever, it...Read more

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