PHOTOS: Canada’s First Code Ninjas Centre Opens Doors In Windsor, Celebrates Grand Opening

Saturday September 7th, 2019

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Code Ninja’s first Canadian centre has opened their doors in Windsor’s East Side, celebrating their grand opening today with a ribbon-cutting ceremony.

Children aged 7-14 can be signed up at Code Ninjas to learn computer coding and STEM education. The game-based curriculum is fun and interactive, so that children can enjoy what they are learning while gaining skills at the same time.

Owner of the Windsor-Essex location, Omar El-Sheikh, shows great gratitude in the community as well as with Code Ninjas and looks forward to growing within the area and helping youth grow and learn in an enjoyable way.

Discover Code Ninjas for yourself and learn more about the programs at their location at 1950 Lauzon Road, Unit 130.

(From left to right) Crystal Meloche, Deputy Mayor of the Town of LaSalle, Kieran McKenzie, Ward 9 Councillor, Ed Sleiman, Ward 5 Councillor, Omar El-Sheikh, Code Ninjas Windsor-Essex owner, Yvonne Pilon President and CEO of Wetech Alliance, Rino Bortolin, Ward 3 Councillor, and Irek Kusmierczyk, Ward 7 Councillor, stand in front of the new Code Ninja’s location in Windsor.

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