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Meet Kennedy – she can help you reach your clients in Red Deer and Central Alberta

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We would like you to meet Kennedy, our newest team member.

”   Hello – I am Kennedy Mannerfeldt, the newest member of Todayville Red Deer.  I am well-known for my passion of photography, my crazy love of cats and my thirst for delectable coffee, but, what I love the most is my adorable children, and taking in a hike with family and friends. I look forward to meeting the many people of central Alberta as I begin my new adventure as an Advertising Consultant for Todayville…”

Kennedy will work with you to sort through your marketing goals and in collaboration with our team, come up with ideas that will help you market your unique business.  From video production and brand stories, to ad design, social media and general advertising, we can offer you a range of solutions to help you reach customers in Red Deer and Central Alberta. Here are just a few of our clients who share a desire to be positively aligned with our community.

We work very hard to provide stories that are of interest to this region.  We also help some great local businesses and organizations tell their stories, advertise their services and promote their events. And that’s where Kennedy, our newest team member comes in.

 

Click the ad below to be connected to Kennedy.

Here are just some of the stories that we’ve created with clients in the region.

Ellis Bird Farm,

Primary Care Network,

Red Deer Hospice,

Red Deer Chamber of Commerce Business of the Year Awards,

Staybridge Hotel,

One Eleven Grill,

Scott Subaru.

Some clients write and publish their own stories giving them complete flexibility.  Kipp Scott GMC  is a great example.

Todayville specializes in community news and events and “brand-journalism”. Our stories generate thousands of page views each day in Central Alberta. We believe businesses are a major part of a healthy community and our stories about local businesses perform very well.

70% of our audience is between 25-54 years of age.  They are interested in this community and support local businesses who support the community.

Thanks for reading about Todayville.  We hope to hear from you! Click to connect directly with Kennedy@todayville.com.

Todayville also operates Todayville Edmonton and Todayville Agriculture.

 

 

Todayville is a digital media and technology company. We profile unique stories and events in our community. Register and promote your community event for free.

Crime

RCMP Emergency Response Team takes Innisfail suspect after standoff

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Male charged after short standoff with police

A 33 year old Central Alberta man has been charged after a short term investigation by Innisfail General Investigation Section.
Innisfail GIS while doing targeted patrols, observed a van that was confirmed stolen from the University of Calgary that morning. The investigation continued and later in the day after a short standoff an arrest was made by the Calgary RCMP Emergency Response Team.  Pedestrian and vehicle traffic was delayed for a short period of time to ensure public safety while the police operation was underway.  The investigation resulted in the recovery of the stolen van and the seizure of methamphetamine, a prohibited firearm, ammunition, break-in tools, brass knuckles and other weapons.
Innisfail GIS was supported by Innisfail Detachment along with support units including the Innisfail Integrated Traffic Unit, the Emergency Response Team, Red Deer Police Dog Service, Auto Theft Unit, Red Deer Crime Reduction Team, Forensic Identification Section, and General Investigation Section members from Blackfalds and Sylvan Lake Detachments.
Tyler James Ratledge (33) of Innisfail was arrested by the Southern Alberta Emergency Response Team in the area of 52 Avenue in the Town of Innisfail on November 13, 2019.   Rateledge has been charged with 19 criminal code charges including but not limited to:
  • Possess stolen property over $5000
  • Possess prohibited firearm
  • Unauthorised possession of a firearm
  • Unsafe Storage of a firearm
  • Fail to comply with recognizance x2
  • Possess weapon dangerous to public peace
  • Possess break in  tools
  • Drive no insurance, no registration
  • Drive while disqualified
Ratledge has been remanded and is scheduled to appear in Red Deer Provincial court on November 18th for a bail hearing.
Innisfail Detachment General Investigation Section will continue to work on Crime Reduction Efforts in the Innisfail Detachment area with support of these units throughout the winter in efforts to reduce drug and property crime. Information can be provided to Innisfail GIS at 403-227-8514.
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Official Installation Ceremony for RDC President Dr. Peter Nunoda

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Dr. Peter Nunoda, Red Deer College’s new President

From Red Deer College Communications

Red Deer College celebrates new President during Installation Ceremony

Festivities included new traditions and a look towards institution’s future as a university

It was a special day for Dr. Peter Nunoda, Red Deer College’s new President.  While he began his tenure in September, Dr. Nunoda was officially installed as RDC’s 11th President during a ceremony Tuesday, November 12.

“I am humbled to receive the warm welcome from the College community and our external partners that I have enjoyed today, as well as during other occasions in the brief time I’ve lived in central Alberta,” says Dr. Nunoda.

Red Deer College was a buzz with special moments during the Installation Ceremony as the College community, government representatives, dignitaries and community members from across central Alberta welcomed formally Dr. Nunoda.

Indigenous drumming and singing provided entertainment for the audience, as well as signifying RDC’s continued commitment to collaborating with Indigenous communities in the spirit of reconciliation. In recognition of Dr. Nunoda’s proud Japanese Canadian heritage, members of the Students’ Association honoured him with a loaned piece from the College’s permanent art collection. The students presented a colour woodblock on silk by famed Japanese artist Kunisada that dates from 1848-58. This art will be displayed by Dr. Nunoda in his office during his term.

A new tradition for Red Deer College was introduced as Dr. Nunoda took an Oath of Office led by Her Honour, the Honourable Lois E. Mitchell, CM, AOE, LLD, Lieutenant Governor of Alberta. Dr. Nunoda also received a new Presidential stole that he will wear as part of his academic regalia at future Convocation Ceremonies and other important events.

“On behalf of my colleagues on the Board of Governors, I was honoured to host today’s Installation Ceremony as we welcome Dr. Nunoda into our College community at this momentous point in our institution’s history,” says Guy Pelletier, Chair of RDC’s Board of Governors. “Dr. Nunoda has already identified a strong path for where he will lead this institution into the future as a university, and we are very excited to collaborate with him and our community to realize this bold transformation that has been decades in the making.”

Dr. Nunoda provided the audience with a glimpse of his leadership and the future he envisions for Red Deer University during today’s ceremony. This vision includes continuing to serve learners as a polytechnic university offering more diverse programs. As a university, this includes degrees, apprenticeships and the full breadth of other credentials that RDC currently offers. Additionally, existing and future facilities on RDC’s vibrant campuses will provide opportunities for community collaboration and a culture of engagement. Recognizing Alberta’s current economic conditions, Dr. Nunoda identified the need for a strong business model that contributes to the institution’s economic and environmental sustainability.

While honouring RDC’s past successes and strong reputation, Dr. Nunoda also noted it will be important to highlight the value of practical education and signature learning experiences that students will receive from Red Deer University, so that employers realize the benefit of the skills and knowledge that work-ready graduates will provide to the local and global economy.

“We have an exciting future ahead as Red Deer University, continuing to grow practical learning opportunities for our students, and creating stronger connections with individuals and organizations in our region,” says Dr. Nunoda. “Through innovative solutions, creative problem solving and an energetic touch of imagination, we will reach our goals and position Red Deer University as the first choice for post-secondary education.”

Dr. Nunoda identified a strong desire to work with government partners to allow the institution to begin calling itself Red Deer University starting in September 2020, citing the institution’s readiness and work that is currently underway. This work includes program development for three new degrees: Bachelor of Education, Bachelor of Science and Bachelor of Business Administration, with students anticipated to begin classes as early as September 2021, pending government approval.

Learn more about RDC’s 11th President, Dr. Peter Nunoda, by visiting rdc.ab.ca/president

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