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Keyano Earns CCAA Innovation Award

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, paying homage to the local region’s rich Indigenous culture and history.

“Keyano’s Indigenous jersey initiative is such a unique way to honour their local Indigenous community and further that connection and partnership,” said Joel Mrak, CCAA VP Safe Sport. “The jerseys really tell a story and encourage dialogue from other students, athletes, fans, and colleagues from the local area and across Canada.”

The Indigenous artwork was designed by 20-year-old artist Emma Voyageur, who hails from Athabasca Chipewyan First Nation. Her inspiration for the jerseys came from her culture, teachings and past experiences as an Indigenous woman.

Read the full article on the Keyano News webpage.

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