Patricia Obasi (left) college relations coordinator for the College of New Caledonia Students' Union lines up for some lunch at the Fort St. James' campus student appreciation day.

Student appreciation

At the Fort St. James campus' student appreciation day, students were treated to a visit by members of the student union in Prince George.

With more than 100 students at the local campus, the College of New Caledonia (CNC) has a lot to appreciate.

At the Fort St. James campus’ student appreciation day, students were treated to a free lunch and a visit by members of the student union in Prince George.

Robert Chavarie, executive director of the CNC students’ union, Alex Mackey, treasurer of the CNC students’ union, Patricia Obasi, college relations coordinator for the students’ union and Bertron Alexis, aboriginal representative for the CNC students’ union, all came to visit the Fort St. James campus for the event.

Alexis even has family from the area.

The group from the students’ union were dong outreach to try and connect to students from other campuses.

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