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Encyclopedia > George Brown

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About George Brown College (242 words)
George Brown College is one of Canada's largest, most diversified and highly respected colleges, serving a broad and vibrant student body with an incredibly rich program mix of apprenticeship training, certificates, diplomas and degrees.
Drawing from its close relationships with industry, George Brown College creates and continually enhances relevant programs and curriculum to serve the needs of both students and employers by producing workplace-ready graduates who are highly sought after.
By remaining widely connected to the community in which the College operates, George Brown is better able to provide the programs that will enable our students to achieve their dreams of getting the careers they want.
George Brown, Baron George-Brown at AllExperts (3368 words)
George Alfred Brown, later George Alfred George-Brown, Baron George-Brown, PC (September 2, 1914–June 2, 1985) was a British politician who served as Deputy Leader of the Labour Party from 1960 to 1970, and was a senior Cabinet minister (including as Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs) in the Labour government of the 1960s.
Brown was born in his maternal grandmothers' flat, which was in a working-class housing estate in Lambeth built by the housing charity the Peabody Trust.
Brown had already adopted his parents' left-wing views and later claimed (probably accurately) to have delivered leaflets for the Labour Party in the 1922 general election when he was 8 years old.
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