At its October 23, 1998 meeting, the TWU Board of Governors gave approval in principle to the request from Canada Institute of Linguistics (CanIL) for permission to use Trinity Western land for construction of a new facility…
Memorandum from Glen Forrester to Neil Snider regarding the “proposed CanIL facility,” April 26, 2002. [TWU Archives: F 1 B 15 File 4b]
In July, 2004 CanIL and the TWU community celebrated the completion of a $3.3 million building on campus. The 32,000 sq ft facility will house the CanIL program, Wycliffe Canada offices, and classrooms for TWU.
As the world’s largest Summer Institute of Linguistics training centre, the Canada Institute of Linguistics (CanIL) is the training arm of Wycliffe Bible Translators Canada and serves as the Linguistics Department of Trinity Western.
“CanIL moves in,” Trinity Western, Fall 2004, no. 10, p. 26. [TWU Archives: Coll. 4 B 7 File 12]
South and west elevations for the proposed building, designed by Points West Architecture in Abbotsford.
Memorandum from Glen Forrester to Neil Snider, April 26, 2002. [TWU Archives: F 1 B 15 File 4b]
A permanent home for CanIL, 2004.
University Communications, 2010
In the News
Students read about the Harvest Centre building in the September issue of Mars’ Hill, 2004
“While you were gone,” Mars’ Hill, September 16, 2004, issue 1, p. 5. [TWU Archives: Coll. 4 B 13 File 9]
Michael Walrod, Director of CanIL, 199-.
[TWU Archives: 1998-01-3092]