Canadian challenge

Thursday August 29, 2013 Written by Published in Local

A group of five Canadian students have travelled to the Cook Islands to further their education in international business.

From Mount Royal University in the province of Alberta, the students are here to get some real-world experience in working with local organisations, says Professor Victoria Calvert.

While in the Cooks, the students have helped out at the 42nd Pacific Islands Chiefs of Police annual conference, performed a personal goal-setting exercise at Papaaroa Adventist School, gone on a fishing trip, and hiked to The Needle.

Along with group leader Professor Calvert are: Andrew Jones, Yolanda Genu, and Nicole Kuziw (pictured here from left to right), who are also joined by students Matthew Thompson and Adam Leitch.

Read the full story in tomorrow’s CI News.

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