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Algonquin By the People For the People Friday, August 01, 2014
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We will be back in September 2012!

Thank you for dropping in on our e-magazine! Please be advised that we will be re-launching our Live Laugh Learn employee e-magazine in September, 2012.
Stay tuned for updates on MyAlgonquin …
Sincerely, Editorial Board

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Wayne McIntyre Grateful For Many Great Years at Algonquin

Wayne McIntyreWayne McIntyre, former Director of Student Services, retired from Algonquin College on September 30, 2011 and asked to share the following parting words with us ….
“As many people know I am leaving Algonquin College after 25 Years and it has been the best years of my life.

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Fond Farewell from Marguerite Donohue …

Marguerite DonohueWe were fortunate to meet up with Marguerite Donohue, former Dean of the Academic Development and Strategic Programs & Services Planning Secretariat, before she left Algonquin.  Marguerite has left the following message for her colleagues and friends at Algonquin …
“I can’t believe it’s been 18 years since I arrived from the health sector to Algonquin College. It is with some sadness that I leave here to head to Canadore College.

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Cycling notes from a few of Algonquin’s road warriors

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On any given day at Algonquin, you can see a number of people rolling into work. A sizable number choose to commute by bicycle.

We chatted with a few of these double-wheeled road warriors: Rebecca Volk (Centre for Organizational Learning), Barbara Burkhard (Culinary Program), and Chris Rutishauser (Culinary Program).  They shared some biking tips as well as what got them started with their life-long love for biking.

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Sue Goldman says “farewell”

A retirement party was hosted for Counsellor Sue Goldman on May 30th in T-304.  We linked up with Sue who wanted to convey a personal farewell message to the College community.  This is what Sue had to say.

I have been at Algonquin since 1976 and I started part-time in the Counseling department at the Rideau Campus where I remained for 2 years.  I then did a 1 year at Colonel By in the Counseling department and came to the Woodroffe Counseling department in 1979 and have remained there ever since.

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