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News at Assiniboine
Construction is complete and finishing touches underway, as a new super energy efficient home in Dauphin—a home designed to generate at least as much energy as it consumes—prepares to open its doors to the public next Thursday.
Assiniboine Community College will be presenting Kelly McCrimmon with an honorary diploma in Business Administration at this year’s graduation ceremony in Brandon.
Ashley Friesen, Drew Curtis and Hanna Weflen have all committed to the Cougar women's soccer team for the 2019 season.
The devastating fire in downtown Brandon in May last year that left more than 200 people homeless inspired Prarthi Gheewala to develop a device to help firefighters save lives.
The government of Canada, Province of Manitoba, and a number of industry and labour partners are providing a combined $640,000 to Assiniboine to support a new Food Processing Centre for Animal Proteins (FPC) on campus.
Two dozen students from 14 First Nations communities, one-third of them female and some from more than 1,000 km north of Brandon, have received their certificates in the First Nations Safety Officer (FNSO) program at Assiniboine Community College.
The college’s sixth annual Student Achievement Celebration dinner brought together 68 Assiniboine Community College students yesterday evening to honour them for their contributions in academics, athletics and community involvement.
Victoria King and Skyla Vanmackelbergh have taken some time away from volleyball to coach and work but are ready to return to the play for the Cougars next season
Assiniboine Community College student Miranda Stobbe won first place at the Logo Pitch competition held recently at the University of Manitoba.
Mazawasicuna, Quesnel, Somers and Grossman have all committed to the Cougars 2019-20 Cougar women's hockey roster