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The fourth annual U of C first year medical student visit to Olds took place on May 31st, 2013. Once again, everyone had a great time touring the first year medical students through the Olds Hospital, Medical Centre, Community Learning Campus, and the Town itself.
On April 16, 2013, the Olds Institute held its Annual General Meeting and Report to the Community. Each volunteer committee, as well as the essential members, presented an annual report that outlined their activities for the year.
- OI Executive Director
- OI Financial Statements
- Town of Olds
- Olds & District Chamber of Commerce
- Olds College
- Business Attraction Retention & Expansion
- Fair Trade Committee
Red Deer Advocate’s coverage of O-NET’s public launch in Olds. The leading-edge, community-owned fibre network is transforming the connectivity landscape in Canada.
Check out the international coverage Olds is getting for its broadband fibre project. As reported in Gigabit Nation.
Olds business owners are embracing the web for competitive advantage according to a survey released by the Olds Institute and its Connected Community committee earlier this summer.
O-Net is up and running and businesses could not be happier. The new fibre optic service provider is earning early rave reviews for its speed and accessibility to markets deemed inaccessible just a few months ago.
On April 14th, Olds will bring the best of the Occupy Movement to the Olds High School to explore local solutions for community challenges. The Other Side of Occupy is an open forum for residents to shape the future of their community through discussion and action.
Olds reached out to over 18.5 million readers this month when its Other Side of Occupy event was featured on Care2.com, the largest online site for social, environmental, health and community news on the Internet.
The Olds Institute for Community and Regional Development (OICRD) begins 2012 with a new Executive Director to lead the organization’s integrated community development and sustainability initiatives. Curtis Cook moved from Vancouver Island to Olds in January to accept the position with the OICRD.