By Nauka Kumar While working online, it’s easy to miss the easy access to a filing cabinet, for a reference, or a resource that needs to be checked. While one can bring a few files home, it’s hard to tell what might be needed. CMCC’s Document Management System (DMS) effectively solves that problem. offering a single, remote location from which you can easily store, access, retrieve and share information and documents. This is an easy to use, flexible system which facilitates the easy search for a single document from a…read more
Thank you to everyone who participated in this year’s virtual Remembrance Day video. Dr. David Wickes introduced the video in which Students Corporal Cole Maranger and Reservist Able Seaman Leah Robinson, of the Royal Canadian Navy, spoke about the role of the Canadian Forces and shared their thoughts on the day. Also included was the CMCC Choir, which performed a beautiful rendition of Oh Canada, When Dawn Shines, and In Flander’s Fields – led by Jonathan Oosterhof. If you haven’t had the opportunity to watch the video, we invite you…read more
Get active and show us what you are up to! We’ve extended the Virtual Run, Walk and Workout to May 15 and added a session of virtual yoga for you! CMCC is pleased to introduce Yoga Light Studio, which is offering to provide you with a free live stream yoga class on Wednesday, May 6 at 7:30p.m. EST. The class will offer variations and modifications for all levels, no experience is required. For more information and registration check out the virtual run website. In these photos, Eli Shach brought us back to campus –…read more
Dr. Shannon Kelly (Class of ’13) , a practicing chiropractor in Milbrook, Ontario, has put her time away from patients to good use. Normally juggling the demands of a dairy farm, two young boys and her practice, Kelly has been making masks to help people protect themselves from the Coronavirus for the past few weeks. Not only is she making them for virtually anyone who asks, but she is doing so by donation, to fundraise for the Canadian Cancer Society. If you know anyone who could benefit from one of…read more
Let’s get through April together! We can’t gather for Backs in Motion, so we decided to encourage everyone to get up and stay active where they are with the CMCC Virtual Run/Walk and Workout. Be inventive and send us photos and share your stories! We’ll feature them on our website and in an upcoming Primary Contact. Want to win GREAT prizes? The Orthotic Group has donated several pairs of Apex running shoes to the winners who send in the most creative photos or dazzle us with the greatest feat. More…read more
CMCC is happy to welcome back students to our temporary elearning programs! Monday, March 23, we held 28 small group learning sessions. And, by Wednesday, March 25, had delivered 72 small group sessions in Chiropractic Principles, Clinical Education, Diagnostic Imaging, Microbiology and Biochemistry. We’ve also captured all of our lectures in Panopto. Earlier investment in technology has been key in enabling CMCC to offer the curriculum to students online in such a fast turnaround. “We have students from as far away as Newfoundland and Pakistan online with us, as well as…read more
The start of 2020 marks the beginning of CMCC’s anniversary year. As many of you know, the year will be marked with activities and celebrations, the largest of which will be the CMCC Gala that coincides with Homecoming in June. To mark the year, we are posting Throwback Thursday images on Facebook. Check our Facebook page to learn a bit more about CMCC history and see some familiar faces!
Many of you will have noticed CMCC’s donor recognition wall in the atrium has been removed. CMCC will be replacing it with glass panels that house donor names. Thank you to Tariqa Manji who created the line drawings for the new display, expected in spring.
As you may have noticed, CMCC has installed water filtration systems in the washroom water bottle fill stations. This is an added courtesy to students and employees as we encourage everyone to use refillable water bottles rather than single-use plastic bottles. It may remove some of the minerals in normal tap water and change the taste slightly. Most notably, it will remove chlorine used to ensure Toronto drinking water is bacteria-free. If you prefer regular tap water, it is perfectly safe and from among the freshest and cleanest sources of…read more
I’m excited to welcome our students, staff and faculty back from the summer recess and holidays as we begin the 2019-20 academic year. We bid farewell to another crop of stellar graduates in June and have now welcomed a full complement of highly qualified first-year students eager to begin their new professional degree program. Technology-enhanced learning continues to be one of our strategic initiatives at CMCC. We started work on several projects this summer that will further benefit our students through the use of technology. In the Library, the…read more