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RDC Hosting Open House On Saturday

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By Sheldon Spackman

Anyone graduating from High School or looking for new career options may want to consider checking out the RDC Open House on Saturday, October 29th.

Guests will have the opportunity to learn more about the 100 programs RDC offers and to discover the wide array of student services that are also available.

The event will include program tours and displays, campus tours, residence tours, speakers, presentations and free admission to the Kings and Queens Volleyball games against the Medicine Hat Rattlers at the RDC Main Gym that afternoon.

Guests interested in programs offered through the Donald School of Business can learn more at the information booth located on main campus or by touring the downtown campus.

The Open House runs from 9:30am – 1:30pm at both the Four Centres RDC Main Campus and downtown Donald School of Business campus.

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Cole’s story: Consistency is the key!

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When Cole came to the Health Basics program he was at the lowest place of his life. He broke his foot, was then unable to work and was waiting for a long time for a WCB claim.  His foot did not heal, and he required surgery. In the meantime, his frustration led him to eat more and more. His weight got up to 363 pounds and he was considering bariatric surgery. He just wanted a way out of being so big, being stuck in this rut. He was at a fork in the road. He knew that a size and lifestyle was leading him to diabetes and a shorter life.

While on the bariatric surgery waiting list, his doctor sent him to Health Basics. The program got his gears going again. He started tracking his diet and one instructor helped him to tailor his exercise to using a punching bag, an activity that inspired him. Soon he was going outside the house more, riding his bike and even fishing. In September Cole was connected to the RDPCN Recreation Therapist who helped him set out workouts at the gym 4 times per week with good results. When Covid shut down the gym, Cole borrowed a bench press and has faithfully used the treadclimber in his basement. Cole has lost 36 pounds so far and has good momentum behind him to continue his loss. He has made a decision to be healthier and he has kept it. He is enjoying more energy, a better mood, a healthier diet and has positive plans for the future. Nothing will slow him down now and he sincerely doubts that he will ever need bariatric surgery as he knows he can get to a healthy weight through lifestyle.

To learn more about the RDPCN programs, visit www.reddeerpcn.com.

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Alberta

$10 ticket for a shot at up to $10,000

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Your Hall. Needs Heroes.

We’re enhancing the Alberta Sports Hall of Fame experience, one ticket at a time.

It’s time for us to replace our “vintage” ski machine with something a little more modern. But changing an interactive doesn’t come cheap.

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Out with the old …

Pixels might be cool again, but our ski machine has seen better days. We’ve kept it going, but it’s past its prime.

In with the new.

The super-sized version of our old classic, Super Alpine Racer is as close as you can get to the real thing.

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