Made In Canada Culinary Calendar on Sale, Proceeds Go To Disaster Relief Efforts in Japan

Mar 30, 2011 | Corporate Member News

Students from Red River College’s Culinary Arts program are helping to raise money for disaster relief efforts in Japan.

Natasha Dyck and Jesse Friesen — recent Culinary Arts grads working at Tre Visi and Lobby On York, respectively — are both featured in the inaugural edition of the Canadian Culinary Federation’s Made in Canada: A Collection of Recipes from Canada’s Junior Chefs, an 18-month calendar highlighting the accomplishments of junior chefs from coast to coast.

Proceeds from the sale of the calendar were originally to go towards the 2011 Bidvest World Cooks Tour Against Hunger in South Africa, as well as the Junior Chefs Initiative in Canada. But Culinary Arts instructor Tim Appleton says his students have decided to instead donate $10 from every $20 calendar sold to World Chefs Without Borders, a humanitarian aid initiative by the World Association of Chefs Societies.

To order a calendar, contact Tim Appleton at [email protected]

About RRC

Red River College never stops growing. In size: new facilities and technology are introduced constantly. In numbers: enrolment is increasing every year.  And, in reputation: our students continually excel in their jobs after graduation. 

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  •  Instructors with industrial expertise
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  •  94% graduate satisfaction rate

At RRC, we take pride in our students’ achievements because they’re the reason we’re here. Our goal is to provide the highest quality education available — leading our learners straight to employment. We strive to keep our curriculum on the cutting edge through partnerships with industry and by using state-of-the-art equipment.

Our aim is to steadily meet and exceed the job market’s evolving requirements. That’s why we employ a committed staff and faculty dedicated to ensuring each student is armed with the knowledge, experience, and confidence to succeed in today’s multi-skilled workforce.

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Red River College is renowned for providing accessible, innovative, applied learning and research in an advanced environment, creating skilled graduates to drive the Manitoba economy.

The mission of RRC is to enable students to build a career, enhance quality of life, and contribute to Manitoba’s economic and social prosperity through exceptional applied education and research.

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