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Posted On Sunday, May 19, 2024

As the evacuation orders, alerts, and state of local emergency have been cancelled, Keyano College operations and classes will resume on May 21, 2024.  
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Posted On Thursday, May 02, 2024

Enviromental Project in Fort McMurray SchoolsThe Environmental Technology program at Keyano College, led by its Chair, Dr. Marie-France Jones, has been actively promoting environmental education in the Wood Buffalo region for 15 years. Dr. David Smith has implemented the environmental program in several schools. The latest initiative, a partnership with École Boréale, features the launch of an Environmental Club that aims to deepen students' connection with their natural surroundings.
At École Boréale,...

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Posted On Wednesday, April 03, 2024

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From the banks of Newfoundland to sprawling golden prairies, from Toronto lights to the awe of the Rocky Mountains, and from the tree-lined beaches of Vancouver Island to the endless summers of the North, Canada’s beauty shines bright.
 Keyano Gala 2024, presented by Bouchier, will draw inspiration from Canada’s natural wondersand include performances from Canadian rock supergroup The Trans-Canada Highwaymen with the award-winning Alberta...

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Posted On Tuesday, April 02, 2024

SMS Equipment Partnership Keyano College proudly announces the revival of its Heavy Equipment Operator (HEO) program after a five-year hiatus, made possible through a partnership with SMS Equipment, a leading global equipment distributor. This exciting return is accompanied by SMS Equipment's generous provision of rental support for two pieces of Komatsu equipment essential for the hands-on training component of the program.
The financial arrangement sees Keyano College contributing $15,000 towards...

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Posted On Wednesday, March 27, 2024

Indig Languages day 2On Indigenous Languages Day, we honour the rich tapestry of Indigenous languages that shape our nation's heritage. Did you know the name 'Keyano' is derived from the Cree word 'kiyânaw,' meaning 'we, us, our'? On this day, we reflect back to May 9, 1975, a pivotal moment in our history when we embraced the name Keyano College, signifying a new era of inclusivity and community.
In the spirit of 'kiyânaw,' we remember the words of our College President, Doug Schmitt,...

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