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Posted On Wednesday, June 15, 2022

Keyano College, with its Keyano Huskies Indigenous Jersey Reveal, has earned the institution the Canadian Collegiate Athletic Association (CCAA) Innovation Award.
The CCAA Innovation Award recognizes a member institution that has developed an initiative demonstrating unique marketing, communication or technological advances in its athletic program.
Keyano unveiled its new jerseys on Feb. 18, 2022, during an Alberta Colleges Athletic Conference (ACAC) regulars season game,...

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Posted On Monday, May 16, 2022

Story by Kiran Malik-Khan
Moiyan Toure is our star basketball player, an all-time leading rebounder in the ACAC (Alberta Colleges Athletic Conference), a record-breaker last year, and Keyano’s top five players in scoring. However, not everyone knows she has come a long way in her journey to success. Originally from Liberia in West Africa, Moiyan, 24, moved to Canada in 2000 along with her mother and little brother to escape the ongoing civil war there.
A forward...

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Posted On Wednesday, May 11, 2022

A key part of the recently announced Alberta at Work initiative, the targeted enrolment expansion program invests in new seats in high-demand programs. This investment helps the post-secondary system support Alberta’s labour market now and in the future, and gives students more opportunities to gain the skills and training they need to enter the workforce.
“I want to thank the post-secondary institutions for working with our government to make Alberta at Work a...

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Posted On Monday, April 25, 2022

Gregory KrabesStory by: Kiran Malik-Khan
Before he joined Keyano, a former dean asked Gregory Krabes, “are you a sage on the stage or a guide on the side ? Krabes response, “In her definition, a sage on the stage was an instructor who lectured almost exclusively, who had the philosophy that he had the knowledge to ‘give’ students, who would benefit from this. Conversely, a guide on the side was an instructor who helped students discover knowledge and steer them...

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Posted On Friday, April 08, 2022

of mothers and daughtersStory by: Kiran Malik-Khan
When Bernadette and Allysa Escaran decided to attend Keyano together, they knew it’d be an amazing experience. It’s been exactly that. Both hail from the Philippines and joined the College in the fall of 2021.
“Being on campus with my daughter has been great. I’ve always loved spending time with her. She’s an adult so I barely have control over her time, which means being able to see her in school is a comfort and...

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