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Toronto Reception
 

Toronto Reception: Saturday, April 20, 2013 - 3 to 5 p.m.

 

Aquinas College will be attending the U.S. College Expo in Downtown Toronto and cordially invites high school students, guidance counsellors and their families to a private reception to learn more about the college and its programs.

 
The reception will feature remarks by Aquinas Alumnus, Brian Williams as well as Admissions Representatives and Coaches who will be on hand to speak about the College.
 

Saturday, April 20, 2013 - 3 to 5 p.m.

Roy Thomson Hall
Mezzanine Level
60 Simcoe Street, Toronto

Remarks begin at approximately 3:30 p.m. - after the conclusion of the U.S. College Expo

 

Please RSVP by Monday, April 15 using the form below, or contact Tom Mikowski at mikowtho@aquinas.edu or (616) 632-2900.
 
About Brian Williams
Brian Williams

Since graduating from Aquinas College, Brian has been the “voice of Canadian sports broadcasting.” Considered the dean of Olympic sports broadcasting in Canada, Williams reported on his first Olympics at the 1976 Summer Games from Montreal and has covered a total of 13 Olympic Games, as well as every high-profile sporting event around the globe. His resume includes work with the NHL, Major League Baseball, PGA TOUR, Canadian and World Figure Skating Championships, World Cup Skiing, men’s and women’s Rogers Cup events in Toronto and Montreal, Formula One, IRL, Breeders’ Cup, Pan Am Games and Commonwealth Games.

 

In 2006, Williams received an honorary Doctor of Humane Letters from Aquinas College when he delivered the commencement address at his alma matter in Grand Rapids, Michigan. He has also been recognized with an honorary degree from Simon Fraser University.