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Selkirk College officially broke ground on its $18.9 million Silver King Campus renewal project and welcomed a new funding partner that will help transform the learning environment at the Nelson facility.

Nelson's Silver King Campus has served the region for more than 50 years and through its trades training programs has helped build the foundation of our economy. With an eye to the future, both the federal and provincial governments are investing in a renewal that will see students in all programs benefit from modern learning spaces.

Selkirk College has hired a project manager and architect for its $18.9 million refresh of Nelson’s Silver King Campus.

A major renovation at the Selkirk College Silver King Campus will move the shops and student common spaces into an exciting new era of learning. The recent addition of two experienced project team members ensures the delivery of the $18.9 million project in Nelson.

Government today announced approval for new trades training facilities at the Silver King Campus of Selkirk College that will support students pursuing in-demand careers in a range of sectors that support a strong, diverse and growing economy.

Selkirk College staff and students gathered at Nelson's Silver King Campus on Thursday morning to celebrate the announcement of a $14 million contribution from the provincial government that will enable an important renovation and revitalization of the 50-year-old facility.

More than 400 people came out to the Selkirk College Silver King Campus 50th Birthday Barbecue on Wednesday in Nelson.

Nelson's Silver King Campus was bustling more than usual on Wednesday as current students and staff welcomed the community to the 50th Birthday Barbecue on a perfect West Kootenay autumn day. More than 400 people turned out to join in the celebration that marked five decades of learning on the Silver King Campus.