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The list of awards and recipients are below:

Canbriam Energy Aboriginal New Student Award (value $1,000): Janine Napoleon, Career and College Preparation, Chetwynd Campus.
Encana Aboriginal New Student Award (value $1,000 each): Aimee Badine and Kristin Tetreault, Social Services Worker Diploma and Kylie Sandford, Business Management, Fort St. John Campus; Oscar Dumais, Cook Training, Dawson Creek Campus; and Melanie Capot-Blanc, Career and College Preparation and Kristiana Bailey, University Arts and Sciences, Fort Nelson Campus.
Paul Dampier Career and College Preparation Entrance Award (value $1,000 each): Wyatt Foster and Agnes Bueckert, Fort St. John Campus.
Petroleum Services Association of Canada (PSAC) Award (value $1,250 each): Brent Miller and Reid Felhauer, Welding Level C students, Dawson Creek Campus.
Talisman Visual Arts Entrance Award (value $1,000): Danica Dyck, Visual Arts, Dawson Creek Campus.
Talisman Aboriginal New Student Award (value $1,250): Isaiah Acko, Oil and Gas Field Operations and Tara Good, Business Management, Fort St. John Campus; AshleyStewart, Applied Business Technology and Kristin Willis, Social Services Worker Diploma, Chetwynd Campus.
Trevor Bolin Continuing Education Scholarship (value $1,250 each): Tyler W. Faminow,University Arts and Sciences (Sciences) and Rayna L. Gould, University Arts and Sciences (Humanities), Fort St. John Campus.

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