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The Southern Chiefs’ Organization (SCO) has partnered with Assiniboine Community College to deliver a Restorative Justice program to 30 students from SCO-member communities across Southern Manitoba.
Business Administration graduate Gloria Gabrielle was never one to shy away from pursuing an opportunity. That spirit has brought her to a rewarding career in finance, and life in a tropical locale.
Scott Jamieson remembers the first time he saw his wife in the halls at Assiniboine Community College. Twenty years later, together they’re reshaping the landscape of western Manitoba as one of the area’s premier concrete and construction companies.
Juliana Vannucci Tibirica will be joining the Assiniboine Cougars women’s soccer roster for the upcoming 2019 Manitoba Colleges Athletic Conference (MCAC) soccer season.
Assiniboine Cougars Men's Volleyball team have added Talon Frick of Melville, SK. to their roster for the 2019-20 Manitoba Colleges Athletic Conference (MCAC) season. https://assiniboine.net/athletics
Have you ever seen water run uphill? Of course not. It’s impossible. But that hasn’t stopped some farmers from inadvertently trying to drain their fields in the wrong direction.
Lindsay Sanderson always knew that enrolling in Business Administration 15 years after she graduated from high school would be challenging.
From Brandon Municipal Airport and the Brandon Sportsplex in the north, through City Hall, the Brandon Police Service and the A.R. McDiarmid Building downtown, to fire halls in the north and south, Zachary Peters is plugged into the City of Brandon.
The ‘Big Hello’ is back! Scattered among the many election signs on boulevards this year are some bright yellow ones with a welcoming message for everyone — a ‘Big Hello’ to greet students returning...
When Angela Haverstock and James Chambers were dating in high school, they would watch movies together at Brandon’s Strand Theatre.