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A funding announcement from RBC and RBC Foundation on Friday at Red Deer College brought together RBC regional vice-president Ron Sauve, RBC regional president Jeff Boyd, RBC senior manager for community investments and marketing Jerilynn Daniels, and RDC president Joel Ward. (Photo by Susan Zielinski/Advocate staff)

RBC supports students at Red Deer College

Mental health services enhanced

A funding announcement from RBC and RBC Foundation on Friday at Red Deer College brought together RBC regional vice-president Ron Sauve, RBC regional president Jeff Boyd, RBC senior manager for community investments and marketing Jerilynn Daniels, and RDC president Joel Ward. (Photo by Susan Zielinski/Advocate staff)
Red Deer College instructors and authors Elaine Spencer, Laura Davis and Doris MacKinnon spoke about their books at a book launch event on Thursday at RDC. (Photo by Susan Zielinski/Advocate staff)

Three RDC instructors launch new books

Writer Margaret Laurence, Métis pioneer women, and social work ethics were the…

Red Deer College instructors and authors Elaine Spencer, Laura Davis and Doris MacKinnon spoke about their books at a book launch event on Thursday at RDC. (Photo by Susan Zielinski/Advocate staff)
Red Deer College Queens Celebrate a first half goal by Queen Reesa Garez during a game against the Olds College Broncos Saturday. (Photo by Jeff Stokoe:)-

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Photos in Red Deer on Saturday, September 16, 2017.

Red Deer College Queens Celebrate a first half goal by Queen Reesa Garez during a game against the Olds College Broncos Saturday. (Photo by Jeff Stokoe:)-
Marlin Schmidt, minister of Advanced Education with the province of Alberta announced $205,000 for Red Deer College students. The money will help students with mental health and addictions support and resources. Mamta Lulla/Red Deer Advocate

Province announces $205k for Red Deer College

The funding will be used to improve students’ mental health

Marlin Schmidt, minister of Advanced Education with the province of Alberta announced $205,000 for Red Deer College students. The money will help students with mental health and addictions support and resources. Mamta Lulla/Red Deer Advocate
Welding instructor Rex Whiteway talks to his group of summer camp kids, aged 10-13. (Advocate file photo)

Makerspace, healthy cooking among new offerings at Red Deer College Summer Camps

Cooking, makerspace and codemaking are just some of the new offerings at…

Welding instructor Rex Whiteway talks to his group of summer camp kids, aged 10-13. (Advocate file photo)
Collegiate Sports Medicine to open RDC location

Collegiate Sports Medicine to open RDC location

Collegiate Sports Medicine planning 2,600-square-foot location at college

Collegiate Sports Medicine to open RDC location
Former Red Deer College nursing student returns for honorary degree

Former Red Deer College nursing student returns for honorary degree

Bernie Pauly has become renowned nurse, educator and researcher

Former Red Deer College nursing student returns for honorary degree
Red Deer College students look to the future

Red Deer College students look to the future

Red Deer College convocation largest ever with 1,900 graduates

Red Deer College students look to the future
Adam Fort: A hot athletic property in Red Deer

Adam Fort: A hot athletic property in Red Deer

It’s little wonder the Hunting Hills senior football and rugby coaches are…

Adam Fort: A hot athletic property in Red Deer
Red Deer College Motion Picture Arts students set to showcase work

Red Deer College Motion Picture Arts students set to showcase work

A collection of 10 films crafted by Red Deer College’s student actors,…

Red Deer College Motion Picture Arts students set to showcase work
Karn Toor of Edmonton worked out with the Red Deer College Kings Thursday. Toor is one of six new players signed to the team for next season. (Photo by Jeff Stokoe/Advocate staff)

RDC hoops coach has his hands full

Recruiting may seem like an easy job. The coach watches the player,…

Karn Toor of Edmonton worked out with the Red Deer College Kings Thursday. Toor is one of six new players signed to the team for next season. (Photo by Jeff Stokoe/Advocate staff)
Online registration process making it easier for apprentices at Red Deer College

Online registration process making it easier for apprentices at Red Deer College

Less than a year after implementing a web portal for apprentices registering…

Online registration process making it easier for apprentices at Red Deer College
Rode: Building the Queens basketball program

Rode: Building the Queens basketball program

When Ken King arrived at RDC he had an idea of what…

Rode: Building the Queens basketball program