$2.5 Million for Sheridan’s New Centre for Healthy Communities Building

Brampton City Council approved $2.5 million to support Sheridan College’s new Centre for Healthy Communities. The Centre will increase postsecondary options in Brampton by adding graduate certificates in Clinical Kinesiology, Regulatory Affairs and Clinical Research, and, pending provincial approval, Bachelors of Nursing and Osteopathy programs.

The Center will train the next generation of nurses and allied health professionals to look after the people of Brampton, Peel and Ontario and support a shared vision for culturally competent care.

Dr. Janet Morrison, President and Vice-Chancellor of Sheridan says that “by providing at least 700 new postsecondary health care seats in Brampton, we’re helping keep local, highly trained health care professionals in Peel Region.”

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