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About Cornwall College Alumni Association of Canada

How does a group of individuals combine their love for children and the importance of education?


They create an organization called the Cornwall College Alumni Association – Canada, or simply CCAA (Canada). CCAA is involved in a number of programs, in Jamaica and Canada, which enhance the overall development of young children at the critical age of 11-19 years. The organization does not receive any government funding so it is only by the generosity of individuals that CCAA can continue to provide these vital programs.

The Cornwall College Alumni Association (CCAA) formally known as Cornwall College Old Boys Association Canada (CCOBA Canada), is a charitable organization that was established in September 1978. The founding Board members were, Dr. W. MacLean (President), Mr. D. Jolly (Vice President), Mr. K. V. Donaldson (Secretary), Mr. K. Johnson (Treasurer), and Dr. D. Holness, Messrs. C. Reynolds, K. Mullings, E. Gough and K. Johnson (Members at Large). As a not-for-profit charitable organization, all proceeds from CCAA will be invested in promoting the mission of the organization.


Thank you for your support!

March 20, 2017

Thank you to all who came out and supported our Fish Fry event on Saturday evening. Despite the numbers, a good time was had by all. I would like to thank some of the people that helped to make the night a successful event. First of all thank you to "Grandmaster" Rosa for allowing us to use his venue. Thanks to Paul "nosey" Kerr for marshaling the whole fish purchasing and preparation. Thanks also go out to Patrick Simms, Michael Harriott and Marcus Hazel assisting "Nosey" in the kitchen.

Thanks to Mervia Donaldson for preparing the goat head soup.

Thanks also to Keifer Morris and Terrence Hemmings for manning the door.

See you all next year when we hope to have a bigger and better event.

Missing At Sea

January 31, 2017

Fatal Attraction boat with 4 persons on board left Inagua, Bahamas on Friday, January 6th en route for Port Antonio, Jamaica. Among those who were on board are Basil Young and Javan Patel. Basil Young is a Cornwallian who was at school in the early 60s and was a member of the '72 DaCosta Cup team. Javan Patel is the son of broadcaster Tony Patel and his wife Joy who is the sister of Basil and Mickey

Anyone one with contacts regarding missing/detained persons in Cuba or Haiti is asked to contact Mickey at : or 876-807-7597.


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Breakfast Programme Launched

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Scores of needy students are now benefitting from the Cornwall College Breakfast Programme, which was officially launched at the Orange Street, Montego Bay-based institution on Wednesday. Read More

Scholarship Disbursement

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CCOBA Canada was the proud sponsor of a scholarship at the Alliance of Jamaica Alumni Association (AJAA) graduate scholarship program. Our sponsorship helped an individual to attend college. Read More

Solar Energy Project

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We have embarked on our most ambitious project to date; We are currently working on a plan to meet Cornwall College's electric power needs in the 21st century with solar energy. Read More