50th anniversary brings a new innovative student contest

To kick off the 50th anniversary, Ontario colleges have launched a new contest for students and alumni. The William G. Davis Innovation Fund contest encourages full-time students and alum to pitch creative projects and initiatives to compete for cash prizes.

Nicole O’Brien spoke to Don Lovisa to find out more on the contest itself.

First place prize is 15 thousand dollars and the second place entry will receive 5 thousand dollars. For full details on the contest visit amazing50.ca/innovation fund.


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Nicole O'Brien is a second year journalist student at Durham College. She enjoys writing about the campus, entertainment and sports for The Chronicle. Her work can also be seen on her entertainment blog, www.entertainmentgirl.wordpress.com and also on the lifestyle blog Godigio. In her spare time, Nicole enjoys watching movies and listening to music. She hopes to one day work for an entertainment news network on either radio or television.