We are extremely proud of the R/T Rentals Grande Prairie Knights! Cheers to a successful season.
"In my view the successful companies of the future will be those that integrate business and' personal values.
The best people want to do work that contributes to society with a company whose values they share, where their actions count and their views matter ."
Jeroen van der Veer, Committee of Managing Directors (Shell)
“I think that sports for kids is the best thing in the wide world because it teaches you how to share, about winning and losing and pressure. ” — Wayne Gretzky
February 03rd, 2023Read Now
Happy 2023 from all of us over at R/T Rentals Grande Prairie.
Our business is back in full swing and we're bringing you the best in terms of service and equipment for your oilfield business.
We've got some great additions to our catalogue so if you're looking for rentals with super short notice, R/T got ya covered!
Call us 24/7.
(780) 518 2400.
November 24th, 2022Read Now
R/T Rentals is proud to pledge our support to The Royal
Canadian Legion Branch #93 HYTHE.
Thank you for all you do, in the community you serve and beyond. We are proud to support your efforts now, and in the future.
R/T Rentals HOCKEY SQUAD CHECK IN!Read Now
R/T RENTALS LOGO PROUDLY DISPLAYED ON THE HOCKEY SQUAD GAME BUS! WHAT A FANTASTIC GAME DAY!
WELL DONE TEAM!
Remembrance dayRead Now
On November 11 each year, Canadians stand in collective remembrance of all who have fallen in the honourable service of their country
Our management, staff and surrounding community at R/T rentals would like to take a moment to recognize and acknowledge the importance of Remembrance Day.
"We must remember. If we do not, the sacrifice of those one hundred thousand Canadian lives will be meaningless.
They died for us, for their homes and families and friends, for a collection of traditions they cherished and a future they believed in; they died for Canada. The meaning of their sacrifice rests with our collective national consciousness; our future is their monument."
These wars touched the lives of Canadians of all ages, all races, all social classes. Fathers, sons, daughters, sweethearts: they were killed in action, they were wounded, and thousands who returned were forced to live the rest of their lives with the physical and mental scars of war. The people who stayed in Canada also served—in factories, in voluntary service organizations, wherever they were needed.
Yet for many of us, war is a phenomenon seen through the lens of a television camera or a journalist’s account of fighting in distant parts of the world.
Our closest physical and emotional experience may be the discovery of wartime momentos in a family attic. But even items such as photographs, uniform badges, medals, and diaries can seem vague and unconnected to the life of their owner.
For those of us born during peacetime, all wars seem far removed from our daily lives.
We often take for granted our Canadian values and institutions, our freedom to participate in cultural and political events, and our right to live under a government of our choice.
The Canadians who went off to war in distant lands went in the belief that the values and beliefs enjoyed by Canadians were being threatened.
They truly believed that “Without freedom there can be no ensuring peace and without peace no enduring freedom.”
By remembering their service and their sacrifice, we recognize the tradition of freedom these men and women fought to preserve.
They believed that their actions in the present would make a significant difference for the future, but it is up to us to ensure that their dream of peace and freedom is realized.
On Remembrance Day, we acknowledge the courage and sacrifice of those who served their country and acknowledge our responsibility to work for the peace they fought hard to achieve.
On November 11, (and always) by remembering all who have served, we recognize their willingly-endured hardships and fears, taken upon themselves so that we could live in peace and freedom.
As we pause for a moment of silence, we send honour, love and gratitude for their sacrifices.
"Lest We Forget"
Image/fact source credit: https://carleton.ca
We'd also like to recognize Sgt. Chad Garton, Pvt. Chris Brooks of Brampton and Sgt Dave Partridge pictured here, stationed at Panjwayi, Afghanistan, after learning that one of their comrades died in a friendly-fire incident nearby.
Sgt Garton is a cousin to one of our staff members. Mike Sullivan.
We'd like to honour him, his unit and fallen comrades.
Thank you for your service.
"Lest We Forget"
Here at R/T rentals, we value the importance of investing in the community around us.
A community that has made us who we are as a company.
Our focus is our youth, the future leaders.
Planting the seed of support, encouragement and motivation within our young people sends a clear message that we value and believe in them.
When we do this, we are building a legacy of strong, talented and unstoppable young leaders. Leaders who will grow up to achieve great things.
In sports, in business, in their communities, in life!
Here at R/T Rentals, We got our youth covered!
How does hockey impact young people?
Hockey has many benefits to both the players and spectators. Teams practice together and they become a community of players.
They stay physically fit and their mental health improves due to socialization. Team members learn collaboration skills, which are important life skills.
Most importantly, Canada loves hockey!
R/T rentals is sponsoring some Alberta strong hockey rising stars. We believe in you, we support you and we're PROUD of you all.
The young champions R/T Rentals sponsors are:
Red Deer Minor Hockey U11 A
Grande Prairie Minor Hockey U13 T3
Grande Prairie Minor Hockey U11 Grande Prairie Knights B
Beaverlodge Blades JR B
Grande Prairie Minor Hockey U18AA GP Storm
Why Natural Gas?Read Now
Environmental benefits Natural gas burns more cleanly than gasoline or diesel fuel. Its use produces fewer toxic pollutants and greenhouse gas emissions that contribute to climate change. It's also less likely to cause contamination than gasoline because natural gas is a pressurized fuel that must be contained within a sealed system, right up to the time it enters your vehicle. That means it is less likely to escape into the soil or water through careless handling, spills or evaporation.
Societal and economic benefits. Canada is one of the world's largest producers of natural gas, which means less reliance on a foreign supply of energy, while creating jobs and investment opportunities in Canada.
"Lest We Forget"...Read Now
RT Rentals is a company that prides itself in uplifting our community.
We strongly believe in supporting those who have been supporting us for over 14 years in the industry.
We simply couldn't have done it without you.
Being a proudly Albertan company, we abide by the true Canadian spirit of investing in community initiatives.
Whether it's equipment rentals, oilfield industry solutions, or simply, a hand up in the community,
We've Got You Covered!
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