Scotiabank Donates $400K to Keyano Education Initiatives

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Scotiabank Donates $400K to Keyano Education Initiatives

Denise Unger, Scotiabank vice-president northern Alberta district, Tracy Edwards, president and CEO Keyano College and Tanja Perry, Scotiabank community branch manager with the donation. Supplied image/ Keyano College

Denise Unger, Scotiabank vice-president northern Alberta district, Tracy Edwards, president and CEO Keyano College and Tanja Perry, Scotiabank community branch manager with the donation. Supplied image/ Keyano College

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Monday, November 27, 2017 - 8:35am

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A $400,000 donation from Scotiabank will go towards sponsoring an annual case competition and bursary program for Indigenous business students at Keyano College.

Scotiabank will provide $25,000 annually for four years to the Indigenous Education Bridging Support Program. Keyano spokesperson Greg Bennett said the college expects anywhere from 10 to 40 students will qualify for funding under the program. 

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