Construction on the John Ware building, which has been under way throughout the 2018-18 school year, is on time and should be done by this spring, a SAIT spokesman says.
Food delivery services are becoming rampant in our society today. We talk to a few of the experts in the field about this phenomenon and if they figure businesses will continue on this upward growth pattern.
SAIT will be competing in the Great Northern Concrete Toboggan Race in Waterloo, Ontario. Each school must build a toboggan in which the running surface is made completely of concrete.
After a year-long run with their long-time station manager Kai Sinclair, CJSW 90.9 FM, the community driven and run Calgary, Alta. FM and internet radio station is now under the wing of Adam Kamis, a veteran in the Calgary music scene.
A three-per cent drop in employment is expected in Alberta next year. However, SAIT students are confident they can find a job once they graduate even when the recession is an obstacle.