CBU and CBRM To Talk About MOU
Cape Breton University says it will soon begin discussions with the Regional Municipality on the development of a Memorandum of Understanding.
CBU adds an early example of cooperation between the two is an agreement on the Canada Games Complex on Campus.
The university has agreed to put off its decision on finding a new use for the arena until the municipality’s Master Recreation Facility Plan is ready early next year.
Last week, Regional Council agreed to allow municipal staff to run the ice plant in the Canada Games Complex for a five-week period in both November and February.
CBU says the move will ensure the integrity of the ice plant so that it can be used in the future if needed.
However, the ice surface will not be open to the public during that time.
CBU also says it’s going to work with the Students’ Union to explore possible uses for the Canada Games Complex.