This past July 7, Howard offered us a new and improved ZOOM presentation, “Bert Koper (1899-1963) of Winnipeg: A Canadian Numismatic Pioneer, Tragic Hero and Archetype”.
Canada Day 2012 was a watershed for me. 200 years after the War of 1812, few recognised it as the 200th anniversary of the arrival of the first Red River settlers. And fewer still are aware of the role Chief Peguis played in the founding of what we now call Winnipeg.
Can this be true? Has the team calling itself C517 Group A really captured the team title in RRC’s 2021 Commuter Challenge? It was announced today that its members claim to have ridden an average of 555.6 km each during the seven-day event! Yeah, right…
In an act of remembrance to honour the 215 lost lives discovered in a mass grave on the grounds of the Kamloops Indian Residential School at Tk’emlúps te Secwépemc First Nation, Red River College has lowered the flags at all of our campuses for nine days, and beginning […]
At 9 am today, we salute Gurdeesh Ghuman. This 9th day of the 9th month marks nine years since his historic ride with the Red River Rebel Riders on the 9th day of the 9th month of 2012. Read all about it in our wayback machine’s post, Wellness […]