By Sheldon Spackman
Red Deer City RCMP have laid second degree murder charges against a local man after the discovery of a woman’s body in the West Park neighbourhood last week.
26-year-old Jordan Koizumi of Red Deer has been charged with one count of second degree murder in the death of 50-year-old Tina-Marie Pfeiffer, also of Red Deer.
The investigation began shortly before 4am on October 27th after police were called to a residence in the area of West Park Crescent where they discovered a deceased woman inside.
However, while at the scene, Mounties received a report of a man who was nearby and walking down the street in his underwear. That man was found and taken into custody.
Jordan Koizumi is now scheduled to appear in Red Deer court on October 31st.
An autopsy by the Office of the Chief Medical Examiner in Calgary on October 28th determined that Ms. Pfeiffer’s death was a homicide.
St. Joseph High School gets a head start on college degree
From Red Deer Catholic Regional Schools: Student receives Certificate of Achievement in dual credit from Bow Valley College
Bria Lajeunesse is the first student from St. Joseph High School to receive a Certificate of Achievement in Dual Credit from Bow Valley College in Calgary. This award will be presented to her during the graduation ceremony.
Dual credit programs allow high school students to take a post-secondary course or a series of courses and earn both high school credits, as well as college/university credentials. The Certificate of Achievement in Dual Credit is awarded to students who have completed four post-secondary courses during high school.
“Bria is an amazing young lady who has worked extremely hard to achieve this honour. We are very proud of her and wish her the best of luck as she pursues her goals at university,” said Principal, Graeme Daniel at St. Joseph High School.
Lajeunesse began dual credit courses in Grade 10 and completed four courses connected to practical nursing throughout her time in high school. She averaged 91% in these four courses. “Bria is an outstanding student. We wish her the best of luck in her continued studies, where I know she will excel,” said Dual Credit Lead Teacher, Tracey Millar at St. Joseph High School.
Scott Subaru: Canada’s most environmentally friendly car dealership has opened in Red Deer
You should visit Scott Subaru Passive House even if you’re not in the market for a new ride
From Scott Subaru: IT’S HAPPENED!
We have moved into our new eco-friendly / energy efficient Passive House dealership and man are we happy! Although we are still in our ‘settling in’ process, we welcome you to come on down, have a nice hot beverage, and see just how big and beautiful this place is. We will be setting up a date for the Grand Opening once we have all our eggs in a cozy basket, so stay tuned for more information on that soon!
The Scott Subaru Passive House is inspired by our partner, Subaru of Indiana, the automotive manufacturer that has achieved zero landfill status! Using an already positioned building, we strategically dismantled it piece by piece and saved everything we could for reuse and donation. For example, furniture donated, wires and cables salvaged to be recycled, and windows saved for re-use else where. This is an incredibly energy efficient dealership that is estimated to cost less than $200/year to heat and cool!
Outside we have permeable pavement for the landscaping. This eco-friendly, sustainable pavement helps reduce storm water run off, protecting it from solids and pollutants that travel to drainage facilities, and naturally filters the storm water turning it to ground water. Engineered to keep the building pristine while minimizing our energy use and environmental impact. 🍃🌎♻️
Massive thanks to everyone who was involved in this project! Black Creek Developments Inc., Sublime Design Studio Inc., Peel Passive House, 908 Engineering, Lex 3 Engineering, Sable Electrical Services, Cover Architecture, Heron’s Nest Landscaping, and many more…!!
Our new location address is 6863 50 Avenue, Red Deer AB.
Learn more about Passive House here…
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