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Gravenhurst, Ontario

on the shore of Lake Muskoka since 1949 Gravenhurst has been home to the Ontario Fire College. The College run by the Province of Ontario, under the Fire Marshall's Office, offers training and education programs which are based on the Ontario Fire Service Standards. Courses are available to members of any Ontario municipal fire department, whether full-time or volunteer. The campus also provides a location for Ontario Provincial Police marine and K-9 training. Public education


Red Deer, Alberta

eis1004_2011_Prelim iar1004_2011_Prelim.pdf title Student Population by Grade, School, and Authority, 2011, p. 31. publisher Alberta Education accessdate 2011-04-01 whose first language is French. Post-secondary Red Deer College was founded in 1964 as Red Deer Junior College. Today, it offers some degrees, adult upgrading, certificate programs, diploma programs, university transfer courses, applied degree programs, and apprenticeship and trades training. Public Schools


Kent, Ohio

the northeast Ohio (Greater Cleveland) region with the main campus in Kent being the largest. Other campuses are located in Ashtabula (Ashtabula, Ohio), Burton (Burton, Ohio), East Liverpool (East Liverpool, Ohio), Jackson Township (Jackson Township, Stark County, Ohio), New Philadelphia (New Philadelphia, Ohio), Salem (Salem, Ohio), and Warren, Ohio. What would become Kent State University was established in 1910 as an institution for training public school teachers


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