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ATCO recognizes students with education awards

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Compiled by Shari Narine







Twenty-six youth were recently recognized through the ATCO Pipelines Aboriginal Education Awards Program, with ceremonies held in Edmonton and Calgary. The ATCO program is aimed at supporting Aboriginal students from Aboriginal communities near ATCO facilities. These awards, bursaries and scholarships are awarded to students who demonstrate leadership capabilities and strive to be role models in their schools and communities and demonstrate a balanced lifestyle. Receiving Merit awards were Ally Bull, Brandon Bull (Raine), Brandon Larocque, Tori Moonias, Shaley Moonies and Sheldon Rabbit Jr., all from Louis Bull; Summer Morin of Enoch; and, Devon Morin of Ermineskin. Bursary recipients were Tannys Bozdech (Pelican Lake), John Cotton (Blood), Ember Crane and Tiffany Johnson (Samson), Chennae Lapatak (Saddle Lake), Jason Delorme (Aseniwuche Winewak Nation), and Sahra Deagle (Métis Nation of Alberta). Scholarship recipients were Angela Boysis-Bull (Samson), Trent Charles and Rachelle Renaud (MNA), Tonya Crowchild (Tsuu T’ina), Kenneth Fox (Blood), Terrence Larocque and Leslie Bull (Louis Bull), Rachel Snow (Stoney), and Megan Littlechild, Ruby Littlechild and Louise Eyahpaise (Ermineskin).