In 1980, Terry’s journey to raise money for cancer research began and he called it the Marathon of Hope. With fierce determination and hope, Terry completed an average of 42 km each day, every day for 143 days.
On this day, we help to raise awareness and protect the rights of the world's indigenous population.
This is an annual campaign to end overdose and be rid of the stigma for those struggling with addictions.
Baby Boomers Recognition Day is celebrated on August 17 every year. It is a time of merriment, revelry and appreciation for the many contributions made by Boomers to our society.
Check your local sites for booking. Stay safe everyone.
Julius Bañares ad Gail-Lerch Kiss will be presenting a virtual tour for CDI Winnipeg. Good luck on August 5th at 6pm
The man, the myth, the Legend. Milo has now retired from CDI College and will enjoy his time with family and grandkids in Vancouver. Thank you for your years of service.
Congratulations to John being promoted to IT head instructor. Looking forward to your leadership.
Welcome back to our third month of self-care at CDI College! As you know, we’ve made mental well-being a priority, and we are so excited to hear more from you! Stay tuned for all the exciting initiatives we have coming up.
For our second Pick-Me-Up podcast Dr. Morrell (he/him) talks about awareness and expression in the mental health field, specifically in relation to men. Watch here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Q3qIyWDDD1s
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