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With a goal to make John Abbott College a leader in health-related fields, a symbolic groundbreaking ceremony took place Tuesday for the CEGEP's new science and technology building.


The new five-storey, $30-million project will house facilities to train nurses, ambulance technicians and pharmaceutical technicians.


"This will train students in English in areas where we have a shortage of qualified workers," said Education Minister Line Beauchamps.


To be completed in 2012, the building, equipped with geothermic heating, will benefit from $8 million in financing from federal and provincial governments.




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Yeah it looks like it is from ancient Rome or modern Baghdad :D


I remember how bad it was to park at Abbott when I was going there, they charged us a lot of $$$ and then you'd show up and have to park on the grass as they oversold spaces... don't even want to imagine it now :D

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