We sadly announce the passing of Axel Truderung, former instructor and Co-op Co-ordinator in the Civil Engineering Department.
Don’t know if you noticed # 12 in today’s (June 6th) Staff News. It pointed to a link that eventually leads to this MGEU memorandum from May 31, which in turn points to a copy of this note sent by email to the Office of the Superintendent, Pension Commission, by Jody Gillis, Chairperson, Superannuation and Insurance Liaison Committee.
That note states,
“The government has communicated that there are no plans for changes to Manitoba’s public sector pension plans.“
So it looks like the government’s proposed target benefit/shared risk plan, which was opposed by the Liaison Committee, will not be applied to our CSSB defined benefits plan after all.
What kind of electoral system allows a Doug Ford, who’s PCs just captured about 7% more votes than the NDP in Ontario this week, to end up with 90% more seats in the legislature? Well, the same one that put Trump in the White House: first past the post. Most democracies in the world actually favour some type of proportional representation; that is, where seats in parliament are allocated in proportion to the votes cast. What a novel idea… Continue reading
The Marian Awards For Excellence were instituted by St. Mary’s Academy in 2005 to recognize distinguished alumnae who embrace and exemplify its mission and vision in the community and the world. Our own Diane Clare is one of four 2018 recipients recognized for outstanding service in the areas of Education, Training and Mentorship, Leadership, Marketing and Justice. Continue reading
The Heritage Group occasionally receives notes of thanks from its student awards recipients. It is heartwarming to read how our HG Endowment Fund is inspiring Red River College students and helping them to achieve their goals.
Read the latest note from those listed below to see how your generous donations can make a difference, and consider giving today.