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Greyhound Bus Tickets Available

Attention travellers! We are selling Greyhound bus tickets year-round at the RRRA office for your convenience. You can purchase tickets (one way or round trip) to ANY city with a few clicks on one of our iPads, then have it printed right in front of you. This saves you the hassle of having to print […]

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Fee Opt-Outs 2016-17

CARLETON HEALTH INSURANCE OPT-OUT If you are already covered by an equivalent health and/or dental plan (such as a parent or spouse’s employee benefit plan), you can opt out during the Change-of-Coverage Period and receive a credit to your student account for the amount of the Plan. The Change-of-Coverage Period is from Sept. 7 – […]

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RRRA Committee Sign-Ups

Want to get involved and make a difference in the residence community?  RRRA has several standing committees that any member of the association can sit on. These committies meet regularly to discuss various activities and projects going on around residence.  Standing committees for RRRA include: Financial Review Committee Residence Issues Committee Food Review Committee Special […]

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Parliament Hill Program 2016-17

The Parliament Hill Program is a longstanding RRRA tradition. It gives university students of all programs the opportunity to gain first-hand experience working on the Hill by matching them with a Member of Parliament’s office that they can volunteer at throughout the year.  The program is open to all students at Carleton, in all years […]

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RRRA Elections 2016

Hello RRRA Members, My name is Daniel Pollak and I am the Vice-President Administration for RRRA for 2016-2017. Included in my job responsibilities is running RRRA council, which is made up of councillors representing each floor of each building on Carleton’s residence The positions of RRRA councilors for each floor on residence are now open […]

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Racists Vote. Sexists Vote. RRRA Launches Provocative Ad Campaign

Racists Vote. Sexists Vote. RRRA Launches Provocative Ad Campaign   September 10th, 2015 (Ottawa, ON) – The Rideau River Residence Association (RRRA) launched a provocative new ad campaign to encourage students to vote. Featuring posters with the slogans `Racist vote“, “Sexists Vote“, “Bullies Vote & `Homophobes Vote“ The association is engaging students during the federal […]

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What’s More Important: Big Raises for CUSA Execs or More Funding for Clubs?

What’s More Important: Big Raises for CUSA Execs or More Funding for Clubs? July 27th, 2015 (Ottawa, ON) – The Rideau River Residence Association (RRRA) made the following statement on the CUSA budget today; “Today CUSA Execs made their priorities clear when they gave themselves raises instead of properly funding Clubs & Societies”, said Graham […]

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RRRA Announces Shinerama Kickoff with Mayor Jim Watson

RRRA Announces Shinerama Kickoff with Mayor Jim Watson Friday July 24, 2015 (OTTAWA, ON) –The Rideau River Residence Association (RRRA) is proud to announce the Carleton Shinerama Kickoff to raise funds for Cystic Fibrosis Research and Care. The event will take place at 5:30 PM, August 25, 2015 at Ottawa City Hall. Ottawa Mayor Jim […]

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RRRA Announces Move Out Services

RRRA Announces Move Out Services OTTAWA, Tuesday April 7th, 2015- FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE. The Rideau River Residence Association is proud to announce Move-Out services for all residence students for the month of April. “Students only have twenty-four hours after their last exam to move out and it becomes a very rushed and stressful time for […]

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Win Money for Policy Making

Today RRRA will host Mayor Jeff Lehman, chair of Ontario’s Big City Mayors, as part of the Cities of Tomorrow campus tour. Mayor Lehman will address Canada’s urban challenges and provide more information on the Cities of Tomorrow competition. The event will take place at 4 PM, 270 Residence Commons. Sponsored by IBM, the Cities of […]

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