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Important information for PTIB certified institutions

September 10, 2021

Wed., Sep. 1, 2021 To: All certified private training institutions, and new certification applicants I am writing to provide some important updates and reminders from the Private Training Institutions Branch. Updated application process Effective immediately, the program application function on the PTIB Portal will be unavailable while enhancements are being made.  Additionally, PTIB has also […]

Eton College’s Official COVID-19 Advisory

March 20, 2021

COVID-19 Update: Changes to the Government of Canada International Travel and Border Restrictions, Effective Feb. 22 February 19, 2021 To: All certified private training institutions, and new certification applicants Greetings everyone, Please note the following COVID-19 update for February 19, 2021: The Government of Canada has expanded restrictions for international travel, effective Feb. 22, including: Travellers entering Canada by air will […]

Eton College Partnership with Sri Lanka’s Horizon Featured on The PIE

August 24, 2020

Eton College has signed a new pathway partnership with Horizon, a private university in Sri Lanka.

Eton College Canada Inks Deal for Student Pathway Program With Victoria University of Wellington

June 27, 2020

(June 2020) A newly signed partnership between Eton College Canada and top globally ranked Victoria University of Wellington (VUW) in New Zealand is set to provide students with pathway programs to obtain a bachelor’s degree, as well as explore new programs in business, tourism, and hospitality management. Under the agreement, students can choose from three diploma […]

Federal Supports for Post-Secondary Students and Recent Graduates Affected by COVID-19

April 25, 2020

Federal Supports for Post-Secondary Students and Recent Graduates Affected by COVID-19 The federal government has announced a package of new and enhanced financial supports for post-secondary students: Targeted supports for students who are ineligible for the Canada Emergency Response Benefit; Increased and expanded eligibility for student financial aid; Targeted supports for Indigenous students; and, Expanded supports […]

COVID-19 and Determination of Return to Work of Essential Service Workers Who Have Traveled Out of Canada

April 9, 2020

The definition of what constitutes essential services, and which workers in those essential service are critical for business continuity, varies between organizations in the public and private sector. Your browser doesn’t support pdf, please use other browser   


Student Experience: Link BC Student Case Competition

April 23, 2021

My name is Jewell Lebaste and along with my team members, Amy Ooysten, Kathlyn Breadmore and Hazel Do, on October 19 and 20, we were given the chance to represent Eton College at the Link BC Student Case Competition. When the team was formed, we started working together on power point presentations, our strength and […]

New Canada Tourism Strategy Made to Create More Jobs and Boost Revenue

September 18, 2020

  Canadian tourism is at its best, and it’s going to keep growing with international and domestic travel expected to increase by 2% this year. This is why last May 2019, the Minister of Tourism, Official Languages and La Francophonie Mélanie Joly unveiled a new tourism strategy. They introduced the Creating Middle Class Jobs: A […]


July 5, 2020

If you’ve got a full-time job, it’s likely that you work at least 9-to-5, which is a typical eight hour workday. It’s quite possible you will actually work nine or even 10 hours a day as many companies end their work day at 6pm or 7pm. Thus is the life of a working stiff. It […]


June 21, 2020

I just finished a wonderful book that everyone should read: Educated by Tara Westover. It is the true story of a Mormon girl from rural Idaho who grew up in a survivalist family with parents who mistrusted authority so much that they refused to send their children to school, never vaccinated them and would treat […]

What the Future of Aviation Might Look Like for Anyone Becoming a Flight Attendant

June 9, 2020

During the early days of commercial aviation, flights used to feature delectable meals (think steak!), all-you-can-drink bar service, unlimited baggage allowances, and plenty of leg room for passengers. That snapshot of the past might sound like a little slice of luxury when compared to today, but that’s not to say that things haven’t changed for […]


May 31, 2020

WITH the exception of a few industries — such as supermarkets, grocery stores and pharmacies — most businesses are suffering greatly from the effects of the Covid-19 crisis. Although businesses have started to open up, there are three key things that will affect consumer sentiment negatively. This is the reality of the world we live […]