Algonquin hires seasoned media boss

  As a former Ottawa Citizen editor and speech writer for the PMO, Algonquin’s new director of communications has extensive experience under his belt. Yet, since starting the job on July 6, Scott Anderson said one of his biggest challenges yet in not only finding has not...

Connecting success

New club aims to inspire the next generation of leaders to thrive   What began as a seemingly distant vision to have an impact on the education system has finally materialized for one ambitious business management and entrepreneurship student. Second-year student, Davi...

Culinary artists show off cuisine

Chefs bring aboriginal food to University of Massachusetts The executive chef of food services is doing his part to change the image of Canadian cuisine – one set of taste buds at a time.
Posted On 03 Apr 2015

The talented Mr. Boudreau

Algonquin teacher dances, writes and continues to learn A ballroom dancing competitor, movie extra, master’s degree holder and instructor Paul Boudreau’s love of learning has made him who he is today.

From Thunder to Senators

If Alex Haslam were to hit the replay button on his life since graduation, his highlight reel would be envious. He’s filmed Daniel Alfredsson’s final skate on Dec. 4, 2014, a fireworks ceremony that the Duke and Duchess attended, and even a terribly awful illusionist, who ended...

University grad finds career through college

    When Mona Wazzi graduated with honours at the University of Ottawa last spring, she intended to find a great job.

Twosome takes on Toronto SketchFest

Theatre grad performs at 10th anniversary of comedy festival When Matt Nadeau graduated from Algonquin’s theatre arts program in 2005, he had no idea that ten years later he’d be performing two nights at Toronto’s Sketch Comedy Festival. He is currently part of a duo called The...
Posted On 20 Mar 2015

Krate expectations

Designers reimagine the city's indoor spaces, one piece of reclaimed material at a time Ten years ago, Luigi Ienzi was a banker. He grew tired of sitting at a desk, being cooped up from nine to five every weekday. He decided to quit. He made a 180-degree turn to work in...

John Carroll live at Algonquin recording studio

  Teaville Bourque never thought that one day he’d host Bluesfest regular John Carroll for a recording session in the same campus studio that he goes to school in.

AC Hub hosts cooking lesson

Two hour workshop teachers students culinary skills   Algonquin students traded a night of ramen noodles for a two hour lesson on cooking from the culinary management program. On March 20 after most classes had finished, students gathered in the H-building to attend a...