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Here’s the regular season schedule for the Red Deer Rebels

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News Release from The Red Deer Rebels

The Red Deer Rebels are excited to announce their full 68-game schedule for the 2021-22 Western Hockey League Regular Season.

The season begins Friday, October 1 when the Rebels visit Edmonton to battle the Oil Kings. The following night, Saturday, Oct. 2, the Rebels host the Oil Kings for their home opener at the Peavey Mart Centrium.

All Rebels home games at the newly renovated Peavey Mart Centrium begin at 7 p.m., aside from Sunday, Dec. 5 (4 p.m.).

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The Rebels will play all 68 games this season against Eastern Conference teams, with play against Western Conference teams expected to resume in 2022-23.

All Rebels games can once again be heard live on 106.7 REWIND Radio and watched online through CHL Live.

Click here to link to the 2021-22 Schedule on the official website of the Red Deer Rebels

Date Away GF Home GF Time Watch Live Venue
Fri, Oct 1 RD 0 EDM 0 7:00 pm MDT Rogers Place – Edmonton, AB
Sat, Oct 2 EDM 0 RD 0 7:00 pm MDT Peavey Mart Centrium – Red Deer, AB
Tue, Oct 5 RD 0 SC 0 7:00 pm MDT Innovation Credit Union i-plex – Swift Current, SK
Fri, Oct 8 MH 0 RD 0 7:00 pm MDT Peavey Mart Centrium – Red Deer, AB
Sat, Oct 9 RD 0 LET 0 7:00 pm MDT Enmax Centre – Lethbridge, AB
Fri, Oct 15 RD 0 CGY 0 7:00 pm MDT Scotiabank Saddledome – Calgary, AB
Sat, Oct 16 CGY 0 RD 0 7:00 pm MDT Peavey Mart Centrium – Red Deer, AB
Sun, Oct 17 RD 0 EDM 0 4:00 pm MDT Rogers Place – Edmonton, AB
Fri, Oct 22 LET 0 RD 0 7:00 pm MDT Peavey Mart Centrium – Red Deer, AB
Sat, Oct 23 BDN 0 RD 0 7:00 pm MDT Peavey Mart Centrium – Red Deer, AB
Tue, Oct 26 WPG 0 RD 0 7:00 pm MDT Peavey Mart Centrium – Red Deer, AB
Sat, Oct 30 EDM 0 RD 0 7:00 pm MDT Peavey Mart Centrium – Red Deer, AB
Sun, Oct 31 RD 0 CGY 0 2:00 pm MDT Scotiabank Saddledome – Calgary, AB
Thu, Nov 4 RD 0 WPG 0 7:00 pm CDT Wayne Fleming Arena – Winnipeg, MB
Fri, Nov 5 RD 0 BDN 0 7:00 pm CDT Westoba Place – Brandon, MB
Sun, Nov 7 RD 0 WPG 0 2:00 pm CST Wayne Fleming Arena – Winnipeg, MB
Tue, Nov 9 RD 0 MJ 0 7:00 pm CST Mosaic Place – Moose Jaw, SK
Wed, Nov 10 RD 0 REG 0 7:00 pm CST Brandt Centre – Regina, SK
Fri, Nov 12 RD 0 PA 0 7:00 pm CST Art Hauser Centre – Prince Albert, SK
Fri, Nov 19 CGY 0 RD 0 7:00 pm MST Peavey Mart Centrium – Red Deer, AB
Sat, Nov 20 PA 0 RD 0 7:00 pm MST Peavey Mart Centrium – Red Deer, AB
Wed, Nov 24 RD 0 EDM 0 7:00 pm MST Rogers Place – Edmonton, AB
Fri, Nov 26 SAS 0 RD 0 7:00 pm MST Peavey Mart Centrium – Red Deer, AB
Sat, Nov 27 REG 0 RD 0 7:00 pm MST Peavey Mart Centrium – Red Deer, AB
Fri, Dec 3 MJ 0 RD 0 7:00 pm MST Peavey Mart Centrium – Red Deer, AB
Sun, Dec 5 CGY 0 RD 0 4:00 pm MST Peavey Mart Centrium – Red Deer, AB
Fri, Dec 10 RD 0 LET 0 7:00 pm MST Enmax Centre – Lethbridge, AB
Sat, Dec 11 MH 0 RD 0 7:00 pm MST Peavey Mart Centrium – Red Deer, AB
Wed, Dec 15 SC 0 RD 0 7:00 pm MST Peavey Mart Centrium – Red Deer, AB
Fri, Dec 17 CGY 0 RD 0 7:00 pm MST Peavey Mart Centrium – Red Deer, AB
Sun, Dec 19 RD 0 CGY 0 2:00 pm MST Scotiabank Saddledome – Calgary, AB
Tue, Dec 28 RD 0 SAS 0 7:00 pm CST SaskTel Centre – Saskatoon, SK
Wed, Dec 29 RD 0 PA 0 7:00 pm CST Art Hauser Centre – Prince Albert, SK
Fri, Dec 31 RD 0 MJ 0 7:00 pm CST Mosaic Place – Moose Jaw, SK
Sat, Jan 1 RD 0 BDN 0 7:00 pm CST Westoba Place – Brandon, MB
Fri, Jan 7 EDM 0 RD 0 7:00 pm MST Peavey Mart Centrium – Red Deer, AB
Sat, Jan 8 LET 0 RD 0 7:00 pm MST Peavey Mart Centrium – Red Deer, AB
Wed, Jan 12 PA 0 RD 0 7:00 pm MST Peavey Mart Centrium – Red Deer, AB
Fri, Jan 14 BDN 0 RD 0 7:00 pm MST Peavey Mart Centrium – Red Deer, AB
Sun, Jan 16 RD 0 MH 0 6:00 pm MST Co-Op Place – Medicine Hat, AB
Fri, Jan 21 RD 0 LET 0 7:00 pm MST Enmax Centre – Lethbridge, AB
Sat, Jan 22 MJ 0 RD 0 7:00 pm MST Peavey Mart Centrium – Red Deer, AB
Tue, Jan 25 RD 0 SC 0 7:00 pm CST Innovation Credit Union i-plex – Swift Current, SK
Fri, Jan 28 SC 0 RD 0 7:00 pm MST Peavey Mart Centrium – Red Deer, AB
Sat, Jan 29 LET 0 RD 0 7:00 pm MST Peavey Mart Centrium – Red Deer, AB
Sun, Jan 30 RD 0 MH 0 6:00 pm MST Co-Op Place – Medicine Hat, AB
Fri, Feb 4 RD 0 PA 0 7:00 pm CST Art Hauser Centre – Prince Albert, SK
Sat, Feb 5 RD 0 SAS 0 7:00 pm CST SaskTel Centre – Saskatoon, SK
Fri, Feb 11 EDM 0 RD 0 7:00 pm MST Peavey Mart Centrium – Red Deer, AB
Tue, Feb 15 RD 0 EDM 0 7:00 pm MST Rogers Place – Edmonton, AB
Fri, Feb 18 SAS 0 RD 0 7:00 pm MST Peavey Mart Centrium – Red Deer, AB
Sat, Feb 19 WPG 0 RD 0 7:00 pm MST Peavey Mart Centrium – Red Deer, AB
Fri, Feb 25 PA 0 RD 0 7:00 pm MST Peavey Mart Centrium – Red Deer, AB
Sat, Feb 26 REG 0 RD 0 7:00 pm MST Peavey Mart Centrium – Red Deer, AB
Tue, Mar 1 RD 0 MH 0 7:00 pm MST Co-Op Place – Medicine Hat, AB
Wed, Mar 2 RD 0 SC 0 7:00 pm CST Innovation Credit Union i-plex – Swift Current, SK
Fri, Mar 4 RD 0 REG 0 7:00 pm CST Brandt Centre – Regina, SK
Sat, Mar 5 RD 0 SAS 0 7:00 pm CST SaskTel Centre – Saskatoon, SK
Fri, Mar 11 MH 0 RD 0 7:00 pm MST Peavey Mart Centrium – Red Deer, AB
Sat, Mar 12 RD 0 MH 0 7:00 pm MST Co-Op Place – Medicine Hat, AB
Tue, Mar 15 SAS 0 RD 0 7:00 pm MDT Peavey Mart Centrium – Red Deer, AB
Fri, Mar 18 RD 0 LET 0 7:00 pm MDT Enmax Centre – Lethbridge, AB
Sat, Mar 19 LET 0 RD 0 7:00 pm MDT Peavey Mart Centrium – Red Deer, AB
Thu, Mar 24 RD 0 CGY 0 7:00 pm MDT Scotiabank Saddledome – Calgary, AB
Fri, Mar 25 MH 0 RD 0 7:00 pm MDT Peavey Mart Centrium – Red Deer, AB
Sat, Mar 26 SC 0 RD 0 7:00 pm MDT Peavey Mart Centrium – Red Deer, AB
Sat, Apr 2 EDM 0 RD 0 7:00 pm MDT Peavey Mart Centrium – Red Deer, AB
Sun, Apr 3 RD 0 EDM 0 4:00 pm MDT Rogers Place – Edmonton, AB

 

 

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RCMP say 29 year old Red Deer suspect shot by officer was carrying this weapon

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News release from Alberta Serious Incident Response Team (ASIRT)

Investigation into RCMP officer-involved shooting causing injury continues

On Sept. 21, the Alberta Serious Incident Response Team (ASIRT) was directed to investigate a Royal Canadian Mounted Police (RCMP) officer’s discharge of his service weapon during an encounter with a 29-year-old man that day.

At about 6:08 p.m., Red Deer RCMP received a 911 call reporting a break and enter in progress at a residence in the Maxwell Avenue area by a 29-year-old man known to the homeowner. At approximately 6:10 p.m., Red Deer RCMP officers arrived on the scene and entered the residence.

Shortly thereafter, the officers confronted the man inside the residence. During the encounter, an officer discharged his service weapon, injuring the man who was able to retreat into another room. Not long after, the man surrendered and was taken into custody without further incident.

Officers on scene provided emergency first aid to the man until Emergency Medical Services (EMS) arrived and took over care before transporting the man to hospital. The man was assessed, treated and discharged from hospital back into police custody.

The civilian reporter has confirmed that he heard commands to drop a weapon prior to shots being fired. A bladed weapon was recovered at the scene. The injured man has confirmed that at the time of the officer-involved shooting, he was in possession of this weapon, which he referred to in the interview as either a “knife” or a “sword.” While this evidence provides some context for the event, there is considerably more work to be done. It remains to be established what, if anything, the man may have done with the weapon; what the officers, including the officer who discharged his firearm, observed; and what prompted the use of potentially lethal force.

ASIRT’s investigation will examine the circumstances surrounding the police officer’s discharge of his firearm. The RCMP retains responsibility for the investigation into the man’s conduct. No additional information will be released.

ASIRT’s mandate is to effectively, independently and objectively investigate incidents involving Alberta’s police that have resulted in serious injury or death to any person, as well as serious or sensitive allegations of police misconduct.

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News release from Red Deer RCMP

Red Deer RCMP officer involved shooting – Update #1

The Red Deer RCMP have laid charges in relation to the Sept. 21, 2021, officer involved shooting incident that took place at a residence in the area of Maxwell Avenue in Red Deer.

 Scott Bruno (29) of Red Deer is charged with: 

·       Assault peace officer with a weapon

·       Enter dwelling house without lawful excuse and commit indictable offence

·       Fail to comply with probation

Following a judicial hearing on Sept. 22, 2021, Bruno was released on cash bail; however, was remanded pending payment of bail.

He is scheduled to attend Red Deer Provincial Court on Sept. 24, 2021.

As this matter is now before the courts, no further details can be provided by the RCMP.

All media inquiries about the officer involved shooting incident should continue to be directed to ASIRT at 780-641-9099.

 

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City of Red Deer

Current COVID-19 situation in Red Deer leads to emergency order for temporary shelter

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The Emergency Operations Centre has signed an Emergency Order to allow the temporary emergency shelter at Cannery Row to continue operating for the duration of the State of Local Emergency, including any renewals, or until this order is revoked.

“Our healthcare system is overloaded and cases are surging in our community. The decision to put the emergency order in place to allow the operations of the temporary shelter at the Cannery Row site did not come easy, we took into consideration the current outbreak status among our vulnerable population, the pressures on our emergency response services and the ability to support community-based outbreak protocols. We want to make sure our vulnerable population have access to care and resources, with the intent of diverting non-emergent issues from the hospital,” said Ken McMullen, Director of Emergency Management. “The site will allow us to monitor, test and mitigate any further community-based spread and increased dependency on our already strained health supports.

A third party organization will continue to operate the shelter, with the Provincial Government to continue funding the operations. Mitigation strategies implemented in May will continue in the area while the temporary shelter is operational.

“We have extended the mitigation tactics in place to mirror the timeframe of the order, tactics such as security, cleanup, area liaison and fencing will continue for the time being to help minimize issues faced by surrounding residents and businesses,” said McMullen. “Our number one goal here is to keep our community safe and minimize the spread while protecting our healthcare system. We are in a situation where hard decisions need to be made to protect all Red Deerians, and we believe that this order will help meet our goal.”

The ability to implement the order comes following the State of Local Emergency (SOLE) being enacted on September 17 for up to 60 days by the Emergency Advisory Committee. The SOLE gives The City access to additional resources and special powers under the Emergency Management Act, including personnel, from other orders of government if required.

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