Education

The students have been coming to Project J Secondary School every day. They told the engineer that the work is going too slowly—they want to be able to take their final exams in the new school! They asked that the construction company hire more workers.
The students have been coming to Project J Secondary School every day. They told the engineer that the work is going too slowly—they want to be able to take their final exams in the new school! They asked that the construction company hire more workers. 100 Classrooms Project/ A Better World

Central Albertans continue to build new classrooms through A Better World Canada

By Kirsten Dennis
August 13, 2017 - 5:00am

An eighth school is nearing completion in Afghanistan through A Better World Canada's 100 Classrooms project.

Magdalene House hosting golf tournament to raise funds and awareness of human trafficking

By Josh Hall (Twitter: @Vancan19)
August 11, 2017 - 9:19am

Red Deer’s Magdalene House Society is hoping to attract a few more participants to its fundraiser golf tournament happening next week.

Magdalene House Society assists those who have been exploited through human trafficking, be it sex, labour, marriage or organ.

Central Alberta Pride's Joel Graham and Deputy Mayor Ken Johnston dance across Red Deer's new rainbow crosswalks at Ross Street and Little Gaetz Avenue on Thursday morning
Central Alberta Pride's Joel Graham and Deputy Mayor Ken Johnston dance across Red Deer's new rainbow crosswalks at Ross Street and Little Gaetz Avenue on Thursday morning rdnewsNOW / Josh Hall

Pride Society unveils two new rainbow crosswalks ahead of Pride Week

By Josh Hall (Twitter: @Vancan19)
August 10, 2017 - 12:03pm

For the second year, Red Deer has a pair of vibrant rainbow crosswalks for pedestrians and motorists to enjoy downtown.

The unveiling on Thursday morning acts as a “silent kickoff” to Central Alberta Pride Week, which runs August 13 to 20.

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