College News

Posted On Monday, August 19, 2019

In principles supported by our Board of Governors, Keyano College has a deep institutional commitment to free speech, the acceptance of difference, and ownership of freedom of expression.
As we develop a Freedom of Speech policy that reflects this commitment and aligns with Alberta Advanced Education’s initiatives, this statement provides proof of our intention and commitment.
Freedom of expression is a fundamental Charter right in Canada. Free speech is essential...

Read More...

Posted On Wednesday, August 14, 2019

Keyano College is attending Yukon gathering with 31 post-secondary schools across Canada in the Yukon this month to talk about ways to advance reconciliation with Indigenous people. 
https://www-cbc-ca.cdn.ampproject.org/c/s/www.cbc.ca/amp/1.5244783

Read More...

Posted On Tuesday, July 30, 2019

kiraKeyano College Huskies are proud to announce the hiring of Kira Sutcliffe as the new Women’s Volleyball Head Coach. Kira comes to Fort McMurray after spending last season with the Columbia Bible College of the Pacwest Conference as an Assistant Coach.
Kira played five  years of Volleyball for Capilano University in North Vancouver. During her playing career she was a two time CCAA All-Canadian athlete, two time Capliano Blues Female Athlete of the Year, and twice...

Read More...

Posted On Tuesday, July 30, 2019

In the spring of 2017, Keyano College and Advanced Education entered into a conditional grant agreement intended to support the preparation and entry of Fort Chipewyan residents into the field of educational professionals by providing a one year transition (bridging) program in 2017-2018 to be followed the next two years by 60 credit units of Bachelor of Education (B.Ed.) courses, leading them to be fully prepared for entry into Year 3 of the B.Ed. program in Fort McMurray or...
Read More...

Posted On Wednesday, July 24, 2019

In principles supported by our Board of Governors, Keyano College has a deep institutional commitment to free speech, the acceptance of difference, and ownership of freedom of expression.
As we develop a Freedom of Speech policy that reflects this commitment and aligns with Alberta Advanced Education’s initiatives,by motion on July 11, the Keyano College Board of Governors advanced the following principles related to Free Speech:
Free speech may not violate Canadian...

Read More...