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Free Tickets to the Winnipeg Symphony Orchestra

January 3, 2019

The student support team are giving away free sets of tickets to a special family concert by the Winnipeg Symphony Orchestra (Sunday, January 13, 2:00PM).

For your chance to win, go to rooms 418/419, fill out a ballot and drop it the ballot box.

Free Winter Activity: Snowshoe Sundays

January 3, 2019

On the first and last Sunday of the month from January to February, you can try out snowshoeing for free at the Living Prairie Museum (2795 Ness Avenue).

The first event will take place Sunday, January 6th, from 10 AM to 4 PM (weather permitting).

*No experience required, and snowshoes are provided.

*Snowshoes are lent out on a first come, first served basis. Be sure to wear winter boots!

For more information, click here.

College Winter Closure

December 20, 2018

The College will be closed for the Winter Break from Monday, December 24, 2018, through Monday, January 1, 2019.

Have a safe and happy holiday!

Student Spotlight

December 14, 2018

For this edition of the Student Spotlight, we will not be highlighting the work of an individual student. Instead, we want to focus on a group of students (and their wonderful instructor) who have truly embraced the spirit of giving and worked tirelessly to bring holiday cheer to Winnipeg families.

In early November, Kim Mann’s class decided that they would like to help other students who might need some cheer during the holidays. Knowing that many LTC students request hampers from the Christmas Cheer Board, they decided to partner with this organization. As a group, they set a goal of collecting enough food, money and gifts to make 6 hampers.

During the month of November, the students worked with their instructor to promote the food drive while learning new English skills by completing real-world tasks. Below, Kim shares just a few examples of the work that her students completed:

  • They created posters to hang up in the college. This was a great activity because they had to negotiate with classmates regarding the necessary information that should be included on their posters.
  • They sold crocheted hats for a minimum donation of $1. This activity gave students the opportunity to share information about the food drive with other students. The students loved this activity because they could communicate with other students.
  • At the beginning of the food drive, students had to create presentations to inform other students about the event. They each visited 5 classes to present their information.
  • They attended presentation delivered by students in the Community Economic Development program at RRC to learn about how they ran their food drive. This sparked great conversation and idea sharing amongst the students.

By the end of November, the class not only met, but surpassed their goal and were able to raise enough money and food items to make 7 food hampers. Along with the hampers, they donated 2 boxes of toys and stocking stuffers, $115, and 10 boxes of extra donations that the Christmas Cheer Board will be able to use to complete hampers that they are working on. The class delivered the donations to the Cheer Board on Friday, December 7th.

By participating in this activity, students learned valuable lessons in teamwork, language and Canadian culture. Below, the students share some feedback about their experience:

  • I learned how to communicate with people, how to share, how to help each other and how to have conversations.
  • It’s good to help others because it makes me feel good about my life.
  • I hope that I will take part in this activity every year.

A message from Kim Mann’s class to the staff and students at the Language Training Centre:

My class and I would like to thank everyone who supported us during our food drive for the Christmas Cheer Board. Our success would not have been possible without the support of the staff and students of the LTC.

Free Winter Fun at The Forks

December 13, 2018

Arctic Glacier Winter Park Sunday Programming

Horse-Drawn Wagon Rides | 1:30 – 4:30 PM

Hop on and enjoy a ride around The Forks site!

Indigenous Storytelling + Bannock Making |1:30 – 3:30 PM

Join Indigenous Elders inside the teepees for a traditional experience of making bannock and sharing stories.

Snow Sculpting Sessions | 1:00 – 4:00 PM

From a block of white snow to a creative creation, learn to carve a small snow sculpture with the help of our expert snow carver.

Soul on Ice | 1:00 – 4:00 PM

The Canopy Skating Rink is transformed into a dance floor on ice. DJs Hunnicut and Co-op spin your favourite tunes while you spin around the ice.

Sundays | December – February

Location: Arctic Glacier Winter Park, The Forks

Volunteer Opportunity: Santa Claus Parade

November 8, 2018

Sport Manitoba is hosting a block party at the Santa Claus Parade! They need volunteers to help on their block. Sport Manitoba’s block is one of the most popular ones, with activities provided by  Fit Kids Healthy Kids facilitators. They have fun and games that are geared towards little ones aged 2-10.

Volunteers will help set up, help manage the activity zones, and encourage people to have some fun. Once the parade starts, the volunteer team will be on the route making sure the crowd does not run out on to the parade route.  A quick tidy up after the parade is all that is required. If you want a front row seat to the parade (and see the new Santa float up close!), come out and be a part of the block party!

Saturday, November 17, 2018 3:00 pm – 7:30 pm

Bring a friend to volunteer with you! If you can help out, please contact Michelle at by this Friday – November 9, 2018 – or call 204-925-5683.

English for Specific Purposes: 2018 Information Sessions

October 31, 2018

Are you…

  • A federally funded (Permanent Resident or Refugee) student that would like to polish up your English language skills?
  • CLB 6 or higher?
  • Ready to start your career or further academic (university or college) studies?
  • Interested in healthcare; business; technical professions, such as engineering or computer software; or attending post-secondary?

We would like to invite you to join us to learn more about our English for Specific Purposes classes with our upcoming Information Sessions!

You will have the opportunity to speak with the instructors about:

  • Admission requirements & eligibility
  • Course content & delivery
  • Topics

Join us on December 17th & 18th, 2018 to learn more about…

Course Website Minimum Language (CLB)
Academic English Program for University or College Entrance 7/7/7/7
Communication for Business and Entrepreneurship 6/6/6/6
Communication for Technical Professions 7/7/7/7
Communication for Health Professions 7/7/7/7
Communication & Professional Practice for Medical Laboratory Technologists  

see website

Communication for International-Educated Health Professionals see website


  • Current students: Please speak with your instructor to sign up and attend the information session
  • External applicants: Please contact WELARC (204.943.5387) to make an appointment for a referral.




Free Activity: Friday, October 26

October 23, 2018

Come out for a fun night of bowling with fellow students.

  • Meet new people!
  • Find old friends!
  • Laugh all night!

When: Friday, October 26th, 6:00PM-8:00PM

Where: Polo Park Bowling Centre (in the basement of Polo Park Shopping Centre, 1485 Portage Ave.)

This is a FREE event.

Registration is required. Please visit Jillian (room 419) or Lauren (room 418) to register.

LTC Homework Club

October 11, 2018

Imagine a classroom with students working independently on their assigned homework. When they have a question or are unsure of something, an Educational Assistant (EA) is there to help.
Students: Come and do some homework after class, knowing that an EA is there to answer questions when possible.
Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and Friday
  • 12:00-1:15 (Room D)
  • 3:00-4:00 (Room 346)