CSIO’s CEO Debbie Low Wins the 2015 Premier’s Award for Community Service

Wednesday, November 18, 2015

The Premier’s Awards celebrate the achievements of Ontario college graduates in the province and throughout the world.

The 2015 awards gala, hosted by Colleges Ontario, took place on Monday November 16, 2015 at the Sheraton Centre Toronto Hotel. There were 116 graduates nominated for this year’s awards.

This year’s winners were:
Business - Marc Caira, a graduate of Seneca College.
Community Services - Debbie Low, a graduate of Durham College.
Creative Arts and Design - Jonathan Klassen, a graduate of Sheridan College.
Health Services - Marianne Walker, a graduate of Conestoga College.
Recent Graduate - Benjamin Valliquette Kissell, a graduate of George Brown College.
Technology - Jack J. Collins, a graduate of St. Lawrence College.

Congratulations Debbie! And congratulations to all of the winners of this prestigious award!

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