Thirty of us whooped it up at this year’s Dinner Dance held November 19th in the Patterson GlobalFoods Institute Annex, overlooking the Bijou Park in the Exchange. The setting was splendid and the dance tunes delightfully dated (mainly R&R classics from the 50s onward). As expected, PGI Event Chef extraordinaire, John Royal, served up a marvelous menu that included a vegetable and chick pea curry, poached salmon, and a mustard and herb crusted pork loin. Continue reading
Your Heritage Group was very present at the 2015 Colleges and Institutes Canada Conference held May 24-26, 2015 at the RBC Convention Centre. At least six of us were on hand throughout the conference filling roles as varied as ambassador, speakers’ room assistant, registration officer, and even conference bag stuffer. We never did get a final count of attendees, but pretty well all 800 of the bags we filled Saturday morning were gone by Monday. Continue reading
This year’s Heritage Group Wind-Up event on May 21st combined a tour of the Canadian Museum for Human Rights and lunch at the Old Spaghetti Factory in the Johnston Terminal at The Forks. We couldn’t have picked a better day. The sun was shining brightly as some 49 HG members filed into the museum, and was even brighter as 45 of us then walked to the Johnston Terminal for lunch. Perhaps the best way to give a true recap of the event is to post impressions from those who were there. Continue reading
Heritage Group at the Golf Dome March 19th
Did you happen to catch these factoids
March 19th in the local tabloids?
Golfers, twelve they say, ran
Eighteen holes faster than
Colorectal surgeons on steroids.
This year, Red River College in partnership with the Université de Saint-Boniface, Assiniboine Community College, and the Manitoba Institute of Trades and Technology, will play host to the Colleges and Institutes Canada National Conference at the Winnipeg Convention Centre from May 24 to 26, 2015.
We need your help to make it a success!
The conference will feature lively discussions around the theme “Leading Change”, and will inspire more than 800 delegates to explore how colleges and institutes play a role in leading change in the classroom and in our communities.