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Posted On Friday, October 02, 2020

Laila Goodridge, MLA for Fort McMurray-Lac La Biche, and Tany Yao, MLA for Fort McMurray-Wood Buffalo arrived at Keyano College to present a $3.2 million grant that will allow the college to modernize its building codes at the Clearwater Main Campus. The two MLAs met with Interim President & CEO, Dale Mountain, Vice President, Academic, Fred Russell, and Vice President, Infrastructure & CIO, Tracy Boyde. Following the presentation, Ms. Goodridge and Mr. Yao were taken...
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Posted On Wednesday, September 30, 2020

After months of renovations following the devastating spring flood, Keyano College welcomed a crowd of approximately 50 including Mr. Sosthène Ngokila, Ambassador of Gabon to Canada, and MLA Laila Goodridge to the grand reopening of the Syncrude Sport and Wellness Centre (SSWC) following $10 million in repairs. 
Joining Ambassador Ngokila and MLA Goodridge were Interim President and CEO Dale Mountain who began the proceeding along with Fred Russell, Vice-President...

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Posted On Wednesday, September 30, 2020

Keyano College was privileged to welcome Mr. Sosthène Ngokila, Ambassador of Gabon to Canada to sign a memorandum of understanding in hopes of fostering opportunities for students from his country to participate in International Studies at Keyano College.  Ambassador Ngokila also participated in speaking at the reopening of the Syncrude Sport and Wellness Centre (SSWC).
“I would just like to thank Keyano College for welcoming me”, said Ambassador Ngokila....

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Posted On Wednesday, September 23, 2020

Keyano College is thrilled to announce that 19 student athletes from the school have been recognized with a 2019-20 CCAA National Scholar Award.
“This makes working at Keyano College so worthwhile”. said “Jonathan Lambert, Director of Athletics, Sport and Student Wellness. “You work in a department like this to watch your students grow in their athletic pursuits and more importantly, set themselves up for a great career outside of sport. We couldn’t...

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Posted On Wednesday, September 23, 2020

Light Up the Night is an initiative by the live events community across Canada, and Keyano Theatre is taking part.  Performance venues from across Canada will be raising awareness for the live entertainment industry that has been shut down due to COVID-19 by lighting up their facilities in red.  The goal is to remind us that the live entertainment industry is suffering with over 2,000 university and college educated professionals impacted and out of work.
On Tuesday,...

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