Camosun encourages commuters to go CAR FREE for a day
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September 20, 2012
The events will promote transportation alternatives by transforming a PARKing spot into a PARK for a day. Reclaiming the parking spaces for alternative uses highlights the benefits of reducing the number of single-occupant car trips to Camosun.
Bicycles, transit, ride share and walking are all solutions that can reduce congestion of roads and parking lots, and create healthy lives for all of us.
When and where
- Lansdowne: 7:30 – 11:30am, September 26, parking lot P-6
- Interurban: 7:30 - 11:30am, September 27, parking lot P-8
There will be prizes! There will be pancakes!
Commuters are encouraged to get in the sustainability spirit, come for breakfast and challenge their friends and colleagues to send their CAR FREE stories to email@example.com
Manager of Environmental Sustainability, Camosun College
From accountants to welders, professional chefs to nurses and software engineers, Camosun College helps transform lives to build a better future.
Camosun College has two campuses and serves approximately 20,000 learners a year in certificate, diploma, bachelor's degree and continuing education programs. Each year Camosun welcomes over 1,000 Aboriginal students from 50 Nations including Métis and Inuit groups, and over 550 International students from 53 different countries.
- 20,000 learners annually
- 1,000 Aboriginal students from over 50 nations
- 570 International students from 53 countries
- 160+ certificate, diploma and bachelor's degree programs
- 1,000 employees
- $100 million annual budget
- $816 million economic impact per year
- 94% of recent graduates satisfied/very satisfied with their education
- 87% of graduates live and work in our region
- 97% of graduates live and work in BC
Last updated: September 23, 2015 5:13 pm