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Getting Started: Theory to Practice

September 19, 2019

Getting started on anything is going to be a constant theme of life for anyone. Whether it’s getting started with a new year, getting started in a new career or even just getting started with our day. Getting started with anything seems to be good in theory but can be much more challenging in practice. The intentions we have to move through change and start on new routines are great until life takes over and creates challenges and barriers which can get us caught up. Read More →

Rebels Weekend Wrap Sept 14

September 17, 2019

Rebels Weekend Wrap Sept 14

September 17, 2017

 

The Rebels soccer season kicked off with the Rebels hosting the ACC Cougars at home.  Both teams walked away from the weekend with a victory and have started the season at 1-0

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Newest Men’s Basketball Recruit

September 7, 2019

RED RIVER COLLEGE REBELS ANNOUNCE NEW RECRUIT TO MEN”S BASKETBALL TEAM

Trezon Morcilla will join the Rebels Basketball

WINNIPEG, MB – Red River College is pleased to announce the addition of Trezon Morcilla to the Rebels Men’s Basketball team

Morcilla a 6’3” forward/guard from Garden City Collegiate, who was the #2 ranked player in the The Winnipeg Sun Top Ten Rankings will join the Rebels for the upcoming season and is registered in the Welding Program.
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Newest Men’s Basketball Recruit

September 6, 2019

RED RIVER COLLEGE REBELS ANNOUNCE NEW RECRUIT TO MEN”S BASKETBALL TEAM

Frankie Tocci will join the Rebels Basketball

WINNIPEG, MB – Red River College is pleased to announce the addition of Frankie Tocci to the Rebels Men’s Basketball team.

Tocci a 6’6” Forward graduated from Maples Collegiate and then moved onto the University of Winnipeg Wesmen for two seasons.

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10 Rules of Gym Etiquette

September 5, 2019

The new school year is upon us and that means new students and staff in the fitness centres. Make sure you’re not the one who’s turning heads for all the wrong reasons by following some simple rules of gym etiquette. RRC Recreation Services has put some tips together to help everyone have a good experience. Read More →

Final Rebels Inservice Day Sports Camp of the year is March 15th

March 1, 2019

Next school inservice day, keep the kids active and bring them to work with you. While you work, they’ll be taking part in a fun-filled day of sports activities!

Participants will partake in various sports and recreational activities during their day at the RRC Notre Dame Campus including soccer, curling, basketball, ultimate, low-organized games and other fun activities*

Drop-off at the North Gym at the Notre Dame Campus starts at 8:15am, with pick-up at the North Gym until 4:45pm. Camp participants should bring their own lunch and snacks (please no peanut products, in respect to those with allergies).

Note: children must be 6-11 years old on December 31, 2018.

2019 Inservice Sports Camp Dates and Activities*

Friday March 15
Swimming in the morning, Afternoon Session with CurlManitoba
*activities subject to change

For more information and to find the sign up form visit: https://www.rrc.ca/rebels/programs-and-services/inservice-day-sports-camps/

Manitoba Colleges Athletic Conference (MCAC) Announce 2015-16 Scholar Athletes

November 23, 2016

Setting an all-time high, the MCAC announced that 58% of its student-athletes during the 2015-16 season achieved a grade point average of 3.0 (B) or better.  Leading the way was Universite de St Boniface at 76% student athletes, followed by Assiniboine Community College at 73%, Red River College at 67% and Brandon University at 60%.  MCAC student-athletes participate in soccer, basketball, volleyball or futsal while attending a full-time academic program in their field of studies.

Executive Director of the MCAC, Bill Wedlake, says “Not only were many of these student athletes performing well in the classroom, they were members of a team and working part-time to pay for their education.  They are truly a remarkable group of young women and men”.

Mr. Wedlake encourages anyone who would like more information on the MCAC and its involvement with student-athletes to contact him at wedlakebill@gmail.com.

The Manitoba Colleges Athletic Conference consists of: Red River College (RRC), Canadian Mennonite University (CMU), Providence University College (PUC), Université de Saint-Boniface (USB), Assiniboine Community College (ACC), Brandon University (BU), and The University of Winnipeg (UW). The MCAC competes in men’s & women’s basketball, volleyball, futsal and soccer.

Visit http://MCACathletics.ca for scores, standings, schedules, Athletes of the Week, and more. Receive instant news updates at https://twitter.com/MCACathletics and http://facebook.com/MCACathletics

Story by Kelly McGuiness/MCAC

Feature Friday- Free Fitness Classes for Students

September 30, 2015

Feature Friday- Free Fitness Classes for Students

This ten session course will feature all of our great instructors! You will be able to try a wide array of fitness classes within the term, everything from yoga to spin class to boot camp! Along with this great variety, the class will be free to all students! A great way to experience a variety of fitness options here at RRC. Staff are also welcome to attend Feature Friday’s, for $70 they can attend all 10 classes. Classes are held at noon.

Date Instructor Class Location
September 18th Amanda Yoga South Gym
September 25th Cameron Boot Camp North Gym
October 2nd Lesley 20/20 Stack Training North Gym
October 9th Ming Cardio Fusion North Gym
October 16th Andrea Back Care South Gym
October 23rd Lesley Spin Class North Gym
October 30th Jill Pilates South Gym
November 6th Amanda Yoga South Gym
November 13th Lesley Dynamic Core North Gym
November 20th Jordan Soccer Fitness North Gym
November 27th Cameron TRX Fusion North Gym

Rebels Inservice Day Sports Camps!

September 28, 2015

Recreation Services is excited to bring back the Rebels Inservice Sports Camps for another year! Next school inservice day, keep the kids active and bring them to work with you. While you work, they’ll be taking part in a fun-filled day of sports activities!

Dates: Friday, October 23rd, Friday February 5th, Friday March 18th Times: 9am-4pm Location: Notre Dame Campus

Participants will participate in various sports and recreational activities during their day at the RRC Notre Dame Campus including:

In addition to curling and soccer, kids will stay happy and engaged by playing other sports like basketball and ultimate, low-organized games and participating in other fun activities.

Drop-off at the North Gym at the Notre Dame Campus starts at 8:15am, with pick-up at the North Gym until 4:45pm. Camp participants should bring their own lunch and snacks (please no peanut products, in respect to those with allergies).

Note: children must be 6-11 years old on December 31, 2015.

2015 Fall In-Service Day Registration Form WEB

Inservice Days Cancellation Policy

Full refund will be granted if you cancel seven days before the day of class. No refund will be granted if cancellation occurs after the seven days with the exception due to medical reasons (requires a doctors note).

Inservice Day Sports Camp maybe cancelled in the event of low registration. If this occurs, a refund will be issued for the full amount. Cancellation will happen no later than seven days out

For more information please contact Cole Skinner at 204.632.2397 or coskinner@rrc.ca.