Happy Monday! Now that most midterms are finished, why not reward yourself with some free tickets to cultural events? The Canadian Connection Program is a program for students that gets you free access to The Manitoba Museum, the Royal Manitoba Theatre Centre, Moksha Yoga Kildonan, and more. Click here for list and contact details. Contest Reminders Red River Radio’s “What’s that Show” contest starts this week and runs until Friday. Click here to see how to enter and what you can win.
Reading Week is a distant memory, so we figured you deserve to let loose and spice things up a little! Starting Monday, March 9, Red River Radio is giving away certificates for Love Nest, and one lucky grand prize winner will be partying in style with VIP passes and bottle service at Whiskey Dix. For a chance to win these spicy prizes, head over to the Red River Radio Instagram (@redriverradio) from March 9 – 13 and tell us “What’s that Show.” Every day we’ll be featuring a TV show or movie that has an infamous radio station. Leave a comment on the contest post […]
Midterm time is terrible. All post-secondary students know that. But what if you had a quiet place to collect your thoughts during the day? Somewhere private to just sit and think about non-school stuff? Good news—if you’re a RRC student at the Exchange District Campus or Notre Dame campus, you have access to a “reflection room” designed for exactly that purpose. You can rest, meditate, pray, or just veg out. The small, quiet rooms are P207 and the Language Training Centre at EDC, and A233 at NDC. They’re open between 7 a.m. and 5 p.m., but if you’re at […]
Download This Episode The podcast is about small towns in rural Manitoba. Each episode is a feature on a different town. In the episodes, we talk about the town’s history, different sports teams, historical figures/significant people who come from the town, different festivals and events people can check out and also different local hot spots that people frequent like bars, pubs, restaurants and shops. Places that are owned by people in the town and are doing well there.