CICan launches two new videos for membersAs students head back to class, CICan is pleased to launch two new videos introducing itself and its members to the world. A first video was produced by Cartouche Media and will help CICan promote the college advantage to prospective students at home and abroad. This beautiful video was produced using footage provided by eleven CICan members from across the country. Thanks to Langara College, Collège Mérici, Cégep de Trois-Rivières, Cégep Limoilou, John Abbott College, George Brown College, Red River College, St. Clair College, Nova Scotia Community College, Niagara College and Sheridan for their contributions. Two students also provided narration for the video. Rebecca Lafrance of Algonquin College provided the voiceover in the English version and Camila Bouchard of Cégep Gérald-Godin in the French version. Julia Paddick, a graphic design student from Algonquin College who worked with the CICan communications team as a summer intern, produced a second animated video that provides a great introduction to CICan and its members.
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