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Posted On Monday, December 07, 2020

Dale Mountain, Interim President and CEO of Keyano College couldn’t be more pleased to announce that former Chairman and CEO of Syncrude and past Member of the Board of Governors of Keyano College Eric Newell has been selected for induction into the Alberta Trades Hall of Fame.
Mr. Mountain said, “There is no one more supportive of the trades, Fort McMurray or Keyano College so I can honestly say, there is not another person who so richly deserves this honour more...

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Posted On Monday, December 07, 2020

Former Keyano College student is inducted into the Alberta Trades Hall of Fame
Interim President and CEO of Keyano College, Dale Mountain is extremely proud to announce that former student and community leader Doug Golosky, former owner of Clearwater Welding & Fabricating Ltd., is one of the latest inductees into the recently created Alberta Trades Hall of Fame, honouring Albertans who have made significant contributions to the success and growth of skilled trades and...

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Posted On Wednesday, November 18, 2020

Red Cross LogoFort McMurray has suffered through many hardships in recent years including a wildfire that caused a mass evacuation of the town, COVID-19, and a once-in-a-century flood that affected significant parts of downtown including significant flood damage to our Clearwater Campus and residences. Through it all, The Canadian Red Cross has been behind Fort McMurray to lend support and aid when and where needed, including Keyano College. We are extremely pleased to announce that The Canadian...
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Posted On Tuesday, November 10, 2020

Keyano College continuously works hard updating its facilities and workspaces to enhance the student experience and learning opportunities. The goal of the College is to research the latest tools that will allow students to maximize their ability to learn and grow. Recently, Keyano College entered into discussions with the Students’ Association of Keyano College (SAKC) after the SAKC was approved to spend almost $12,000 to upgrade and improve public study areas. The funds...
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Posted On Friday, November 06, 2020

It’s beginning to look a lot like Christmas!  Now, it can sound a lot like Christmas too. Have the entire family join us on December 13 at 7 p.m. for an incredible virtual concert with Natalie McMaster and Donnell Leahy when they perform a Celtic Family Christmas at home. While it’s been a difficult year for us all, this is a show that will remind you of better times and what’s really important, family. Grab some hot chocolate, wrap the gang in a blanket,...
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