Jamie Holdstock Returns
After taking the Ranch and Feedlot Rider program at Lakeland College because it sounded like fun, Jamie Holdstock kept making choices and moving closer to the career she wanted. This fall she was welcomed back as an Ag Sciences instructor.
Centennial News Keeps Rolling In
When Frank O'Dea was living on the streets of Toronto, a dime placed in
his hand helped him turn his life around. The founder of Second Cup came
to Lakeland to tell his story. Read more
The Century Club has expanded once again with five new inductees! Read about the Buffalo Twins and BIll Kondro as well as the other additions.
In Other News
Lakeland College graduate Rayleigh Conley returns to the college to complete an environmental awareness sticker campaign. Learn more
Area high school teachers were the students at a one-day Skills Alberta teacher development course at Lakeland College Oct. 4. Read about it here.
Collaboration between Fishing Lake Métis Settlement and Lakeland College resulted in twelve students graduating from a new program, Introduction to heavy equipment technology. Read the story
Lakeland College's Student Managed Farm program was featured on Global TV news last week. See the video
Catch up with the Rustler news as basketball, curling and volleyball ramp up on Go Rustlers
The Rustler women's volleyball team unveiled their national silver medal banner on October 18 (see photo at left). See more photos in our gallery.