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» BizPlan 2008 competition for youth launched
Brampton - Following the overwhelming success of last year's competition, the Brampton Small Business Enterprise Centre (SBEC) has launched BizPlan 2008, the business plan competition for high school students in Brampton and Caledon.
» Let Me be Me - Computer Camp for Kids
By Community Notes | Published 03/8/2008 | Student Area , Community News | Rating:
We are a March Break and Summer day-camp program for students aged 9 -14, specializing in technology. We are located in Mississauga.  We pride ourselves in providing leading-edge technical education, while encouraging creative and independent thought.
» March Break Camp I Can
By Peel District School Board | Published 02/5/2008 | Community News , Student Area | Rating:
Peel - Can students have a great time during March Break – and improve their reading, writing and technology skills at the same time? Yes, they can at March Break Camp I Can, offered by the Peel District School Board from March 10 to March 12.
» Stacey Yue Brampton Youth Entrepreneur
By Government Notes | Published 11/26/2007 | Student Area , Business & Finance | Rating:
Ajax - The McGuinty government announced the winners of Ontario's 6th annual Secondary School Business Plan Competition on November 24, 2007 at ceremonies held in Ajax, Kenora, Niagara Falls and Renfrew. Stacey Yue of Brampton was runner-up in the regional competition, receiving $750 in educational bursaries.
» New Anime-Manga Club for Teens
By Brampton Library | Published 10/25/2007 | Home & Family , Student Area | Rating:
Brampton - Brampton Library has recently introduced a new Anime Manga Club for Teens focused on Japanese comics and animation. If you're 14 to 18 and enjoy manga this free drop-in club is for you!


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