The Circle of Life website went live June, 2021. It was designed to be informative and to advocate for the two most vulnerable segments of our society, the very young and the very old. It is interesting that the abilities learned in early life are the very ones […]
Monte Raber passed away unexpectedly on July 18th at the age of 86. Former head of the Biomedical Engineering area at Health Sciences Centre, Monte created and taught a new curriculum in BME (Biomedical Engineering) at what was then Red River Community College. (link to Winnipeg Free Press […]
Your HG Editor has just returned from vacation with some great news. You can now get your daily fix of RRC News and Staff News right here on our HG site by clicking on the STAFF NEWS heading as before, or you can follow the link to rrc.ca/staff/news/ on any device with internet access.
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.