This past Spring, Durham College announced that the provincial government is providing $22 million in funding toward the construction of the Centre for Collaborative Education (CFCE) at the Oshawa campus.
According to Minister of Research, Innovation and Science, MPP Reza Moridi, the funding represents the largest investment since 1967 – when the college first opened its doors.
The new three-storey CFCE building will be home to innovative and cutting-edge Durham College programs and will connect local, indigenous and global communities. The new building will replace the aging Simcoe building which was originally built in 1969 as a temporary structure.
The construction of the new facility is a legacy project tied to DC’s 50th anniversary in 2017.
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