WINNIPEG — Too many chefs in the kitchen isn’t a problem at Red River College. In fact, it’s encouraged.
The province is investing $1 million into the Prairie Research Kitchen to further research in Manitoba’s agriculture and food industry.
The college says the new policy is part of its “commitment to provide a healthy environment for its students, employees and visitors where they can work, learn, study and live.”
WINNIPEG — Red River College is receiving $60,000 from the federal government for the first electric vehicle charging station at the Notre Dame campus.
The station will be operated by using recycled lithium batteries sourced from Winnipeg-based New Flyer Industries’ fleet of electric buses. The college says using such batteries will help improve the performance and reduce the cost of operating the station.
WINNIPEG — Five new programs launching as part of Red River College‘s curriculum will advance Indigenous education in Manitoba.
RRC worked closely in consultation with internal and community stakeholders to reflect the growth of Indigenous education, as well as the development of 12 new staffing positions.
WINNIPEG — Red River College has purchased a campus it had been leasing near James Richardson International Airport, allowing it to now grow its aviation and aeronautics programs.
RRC’s Stevenson Aviation Campus comes as the college borrowed $8 million from the province to make the purchase, saving nearly $1 million over the term of the mortgage from its landlord, Hubert Kleysen.
By Peggy Revell, Medicine Hat News, The Canadian Press
MEDICINE HAT, Alta. – A former Winnipeg television news director accused of robbing banks in Alberta has been granted bail.
But Stephen Vogelsang remains in custody in Medicine Hat, Alta., because he faces the same charges in Saskatchewan.