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Free Tickets to JP Hoe Holiday Concert – Hosted by the Winnipeg Folk Festival

November 27, 2018

Join us this year for the annual JP Hoe Hoe Hoe Holiday Show on December 14 at the Burton Cummings Theatre at 8 pm!

JP Hoe has graciously donated tickets for this year’s show and we would love for RRC International students to attend. Enjoy an evening out on us to take in the sights and sounds of the holiday season in Canada.

Limited tickets available. Please e-mail Student Integration Coordinator, Lauren Konrad to express your interest.

Respect and Safety is Your Responsibility!

November 22, 2018

Maintaining a respectful environment is important to Red River College. One part of showing respect is making sure that people feel safe and comfortable. All members of the Red River College Community, including students and staff, have responsibility to prevent violent or threatening behaviour.

This includes:

  • Physical violence—pushing, grabbing, slapping, hitting, kicking, or any other action that may harm another person.
  • Threatening violence or intimidating another person through words or actions
  • Sexual violence or harassment
  • Discrimination
  • Damaging property


What should you do if you see someone acting in a violent, threatening, or discriminating way?

If you see it, it is YOUR responsibility.

You can:

  • Interrupt the behaviour (if it is safe to do so)
  • Help the victim get to safety
  • Tell someone—College Security Services. You may also alert College staff nearby (if you are on Campus) or call the police for incidents off-campus.

Not doing anything supports the person doing the harm. If you witness violent or threatening behaviour and do not report it, you may be subject to discipline (see College Policy S2, Student Discipline)

For more information about your responsibility for safety and respect on campus, check out these College policies:

E13 – Violence Prevention

Policy G5 – Sexual Violence

H1 – Discrimination and Harassment

S2 – Student Discipline

No Wrong Door – Where to go if you experience or witness sexual violence, harassment, or discrimination.


If you have any questions, come talk to your Student Integration Coordinator:

Lauren Konrad

Student Integration Coordinator

Office P212 – 160 Princess Avenue | Winnipeg, Manitoba R3B 1K9

Phone: 204.631.3345| E-mail:


Norlan Page

Student Integration Coordinator

Office D206C 2055 Notre Dame Avenue  | Winnipeg, Manitoba R3H 0J9

Phone: 204.631.3309 | E-mail:

Free Events in Winnipeg!

November 21, 2018

Check out these free events in Winnipeg this weekend!


Free Concert- In the City Workshop: Young Hearts Run Free

With Anika Marie, Nic Dyson, Noah Derksen, and Kenzie Jane

On Saturday, November 24 at 2:00 pm

Millennium Library, 251 Donald Street

Click here for more information!


Top Docs: Noteworthy Documentaries to Inspire, Enlighten, and Entertain

Sunday, November 25 at 2:00 pm

Millennium Library, 251 Donald Street

Inside Nana’s Suitcase

The story of a group of Japanese children and how their passionate and tenacious teacher helped them solve the mystery of Hana Brady, whose name was painted on an old battered suitcase that they received from the Notorious Polish death camp, Auschwitz.  94 minutes. Rated G


Click here for more information!

Canadian Connection Program: Visit Fort Whyte Alive for free

November 14, 2018

Are you interested in exploring one of Winnipeg’s largest outdoor recreation facilities and nature park?

If so, don’t miss your opportunity to get FREE passes to Fort Whyte Alive. Visit their website to view the fall schedule of events here.

Does this opportunity interest you? If so, e-mail to express your interest. Those who are selected will be contacted.

Last Chance: Free Flu Vaccine

November 14, 2018

There are a very limited number of flu shot vaccines remaining at Health Services (HM08, Notre Dame Campus). These are free for staff and students–first come, first served.Visit TODAY to get yours!

Note that international students may receive the vaccine for free on campus (while supplies last), you may need to pay a fee for vaccines received off campus or at a pharmacy.

For more information about the annual flu vaccine, visit the Manitoba Health Website:

Santa Claus Parade

November 14, 2018

The Winnipeg Santa Claus Parade is back and we can’t wait to celebrate the season with you! Watch the parade along Portage Avenue and be wowed by the lights, the fun and Mr. & Mrs. Claus themselves! This free event is open to everyone–be sure to invite your family and friends to enjoy this event.

November 17 @ 5:00 pm-7:00 pm

Portage & Main, Winnipeg, Manitoba

From 2:00-5:00 pm along the parade route, local businesses and organizations will host block parties with activities for the entire family. Arrive early to enjoy a variety of activities and events including mascots, musicians, and street hockey.

Click on the link for more information:


Experience the Manitoba Opera – Free Tickets Available for Students

November 14, 2018

Experience Mozart at the Top of His Game

Mistaken identities, parties, and ghostly powers combine with breathtaking music in one of the greatest works of opera.

In this interpretation of the timeless classic, the legendary “Don Juan” is a celebrated matador with a rock star persona. With an air of invincibility, the dashing, devilish seducer is constantly in search of a new conquest. But his incessant pursuit of women at any cost eventually earns him a dramatic punishment. Three of his female targets join forces to wreak vengeance on him. However in the end its the supernatural that demands the Don’s repentance.

Friday, November 30 – Winnipeg Concert Hall  – 7:30 pm

Free Tickets to Experience the Winnipeg Symphony Orchestra – Friday, Nov 16th at 8 pm

November 7, 2018

Are you interested in experiencing the Winnipeg Symphony Orchestra live?

If so, don’t miss your opportunity to get FREE passes to see Casablanca Live with the Orchestra on Friday, Nov 18th at 8:00 pm at the Centennial Concert Hall.

Visit deatils about the show here.

Does this opportunity interest you? If so, e-mail Student Integration Coordinator,  to express your interest.

Those who are selected will be personally contacted to arrange ticket pick up.

Change is Coming-It’s about Time!

November 1, 2018

Get ready to change your clocks this weekend!

Manitoba changes back to Central Standard Time on November 4th.  At 2 AM Sunday morning, change all your clocks and watches back 1 hour to 1 AM. If you have a cellular phone, the time will change automatically.

Enjoy the extra hour of sleep!