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CDI Education Corporation has teamed up with Shane Global Village English Centres to provide international and ESL students with a comprehensive education experience.

After completing an English program at Shane Global Village, students can continue to pursue their Canadian studies at one of CDI's post-secondary institutions.

"Thousands of students come to Canada each year to improve or develop their English language skills, as well as to gain exposure to North American culture," said Des Soye, chief operating officer of CDI's post-secondary division.

"These students return to their native country to start or continue their careers with a good grounding in English, the international language of business. At CDI, students have the opportunity to practice their English, further their experience of North American business culture and gain valuable career training."

Shane Global Village has schools in Calgary, Toronto, Vancouver, Victoria and around the world in the UK, Australia, New Zealand, South Africa, and the U.S. Shane Global Village students can pursue their studies at CDI at any of more than 50 campuses across Canada.

For more information, go to or call 416-733-4452 ext. 305.


New courses at Lambton College will help employers ensure employees are trained in the federal government's Clear Language Legislation for the transportation of dangerous goods.

Three courses offered in March will update employees with their training and understanding of the Transportation of Dangerous Goods Regulations, designed to promote public safety when transporting dangerous goods.

"By keeping their employees updated, employers stay in compliance and demonstrate due diligence," says Paul Phillips, TDG Clear Language training expert, Lambton College Fire and Emergency Response Training Centre. Anyone involved in handling, offering for transport, and/or transporting of dangerous goods must be updated in the new legislation.

For more information, call Paul Phillips at 519-542-7751, ext. 3536, or send e-mail to

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