Homework club: Calling all students who need homework help! Are there some assignments you don’t understand? Maybe you’re working on a presentation and would like to practice? Come and see LTC Educational Assistant, Eva, at Homework club. There is no commitment. You can come and go when it works for you. Let Eva help you make the most of your term!
Every five years, residents of Canada are invited to participate in the census to help paint a portrait of Canada’s diverse population and the places where we live.
The Census provides information that helps Canadians make important decisions that affect our families, our neighbourhoods and our businesses.
The information you provide ensures that the 2021 Census accurately reflects Canada’s changing society. Your responses are important to your community for planning services that support employment, schools, public transportation and hospitals.
Frequently Asked Questions
Who should be included in the Census?
Everyone who has their main residence at the address, even if they are temporarily away on May 11, 2021
Canadian citizens, permanent residents, work or study permit holders and their families
How do I complete the Census?
To complete the Census online, click here. You will need the 16-digit secure access code located at the top of the letter or the census questionnaire you received in the mail.
Know how to recognize a scam and protect yourself from identity theft. To find out more, come to an information session hosted by the Canada Revenue Agency.
Topics will include: Information on how to recognize a scam, examples of fraudulent communications, tips about how you can protect yourself from identity theft and what to do if you have been a victim.
Remember that the due date to file your taxes is April 30th.
Even if you make no money, you should file a tax return each year. If you do not file your taxes, you cannot access many government benefits, such as GST Credit, Working Income Tax Benefit, Provincial Income Tax Credits, and Child Tax Benefits.
Click here to see free income tax preparation clinics in Winnipeg.
Men’s mental health often flies under the radar. This means we need to be aware of what mental health looks like, validate that men (and everyone!) experience concerns with their mental health, and consider how to allow ourselves to experience it without shame or embarrassment.
Join Sheldon Hill (RP.), MindBeacon Psychotherapist, who will discuss some of the things that prevent men from seeking help, signs that you may be experiencing a mental health concern, and how to seek help once you’ve identified you need it.
The end-of-term is quickly approaching, and students need support now more than ever! On Wednesday, April 7 from 5:00-8:00, Library Services is offering a Long Night Against Procrastination — a range of drop-in help desks, workshops, and wellness activities to help students get through this critical time of year. We start with a Welcome Session at 5:00-5:15, which includes a chance to win a prize and instructions for how to navigate the event.
If you have any questions, please contact Bettina Allen (BAllen@RRC.CA).
Long Night Against Procrastination is brought to you by Library Services – Academic Success Centre and Library, School of Indigenous Education, RRC Students’ Association, Healthy Minds Healthy College, and Student Employment Services.