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Manitoba Organization: Brandon Vocational Training Centre / Manitoba Vocational Training Centre / Assiniboine Community College

This post-secondary educational facility in Brandon opened in 1961 as the Brandon Vocational Training Centre. Soon renamed to the Manitoba Vocational Training Centre, it became Assiniboine Community College on 15 December 1969.

Supervisors / Principals / Directors / Presidents

Period

Supervisor / Principal / Director / President

1961-1971

Richard Alexander “Dick” Jones (1918-2009)

1971-1982

Albert Alva “Al” Loveridge (1920-2008)

1982-1984

Lois Britton - Acting

1984-1990

Richard Mackie

1990-1991

Bill McCracken - Acting

1991-1997

Brenda Cooke

1997-1998

Gerald Bashforth - Acting

1998-2006

Brent Mills

2006-2010

D. Joel Ward

2010-2020

Mark Frison

See also:

Historic Sites of Manitoba: Brandon Mental Health Centre (First Street, Brandon)

Historic Sites of Manitoba: Brandon Mental Health Centre North Cemetery (Brandon)

Historic Sites of Manitoba: Brandon Mental Health Centre South Cemetery (Brandon)

Sources:

“Vocational centre given new name,” Brandon Sun, 6 December 1969, page 2.

“Cooke heads ACC,” Brandon Sun, 10 August 1991, page 57.

“Mills ACC boss,” Brandon Sun, 20 January 1998, page 21.

“Frison named new ACC president,” Brandon Sun, 24 June 2010, page 5.

This page was prepared by Gordon Goldsborough.

Page revised: 11 July 2021

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