Did you know that Canada has traditionally been a country of immigrants and has a policy of encouraging multicultural diversity? In fact, one out of three Canadians has an ethnic background other than English, French or Aboriginal. Today, almost all countries in the world are represented in Canada, with ethnic foods and recreation activities associated with specific cultures readily available.
Located on the Atlantic Coast of Canada, New Brunswick is the only officially bilingual province in the country. The New Brunswick College of Craft & Design is located in the Historic Garrison District in downtown Fredericton (tourismfredericton.ca). Nestled along the banks of the beautiful Saint John River, this is the capital city of the province and a recognized Cultural Capital of Canada.
Students who come to Fredericton experience a secure, peaceful, multi-cultural environment with people who are friendly and interested in learning about other cultures.
For more information on study options at the New Brunswick College of Craft & Design, contact Shane Perley-Dutcher at (506) 444-2494 or gnb.ca