Huskies Athletics News

Posted On Friday, June 11, 2021

The Regional Recreation Corporation of Wood Buffalo (RRC) and the Syncrude Sport and Wellness Centre (SSWC) are pleased to act as collaborative partners in introducing the new Wood Buffalo Recreation Support Program (WBRSP) to residents of the region.
“Recreation is a key component for health and well-being, including mental well-being,” said Jodie Mercier, RRC Director of Sport and Recreation. “Particularly during the past year, we saw the vital importance...

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Posted On Friday, May 14, 2021

  Keyano Volleyball proves to be Huskies Strong and gives back to the community 
Members of the Keyano Huskies Men’s and Women’s Volleyball teams rallied around the community by raising money for the Fort McMurray Food Bank after the 2020 flood. 
Following the devastating effects of last year’s river breakup which left all athletic teams without their training facility and many students having to be evacuated from student housing, the...

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Posted On Monday, May 10, 2021

Keyano Huskies men’s basketball head coach Jeremy Wielenga will be joining the Canadian Elite Basketball League (CEBL) as an assistant coach with the Saskatchewan Rattlers. The upstart league is entering its third season and features professional basketball players from Canada and the United States who have succeeded at the highest level of amateur basketball including starting for major division one teams in the NCAA.
Wielenga received the invite when he was approached...

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Posted On Thursday, February 04, 2021

Fort McMurray, AB                              
On Friday, January 29, Premier Jason Kenney announced that Alberta will begin to reduce restrictions on the province as the COVID-19 caseload declines.
During his press conference, Kenney announced that measures will relax using hospitalizations as the benchmark. He continued by saying that if cases spike in the future and a viral variant takes...

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Posted On Friday, January 08, 2021

With COVID-19 cases still surging, the Government of Alberta and Alberta Health Services has extended closures throughout the province which will continue to affect the Syncrude Sport and Wellness Centre (SSWC) and extend its closure for two weeks until at least January 21.
Here in part is the announcement from the Government of Alberta website: “All Albertans, businesses, organizations and service providers must continue to follow  existing health measures  until......

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