The Northern Lights Public Schools (NLPS) Board thanked Cenovus Energy recently for their ongoing support.
On April 20, Lise Warawa and Alex Okinczyc from Cenovus joined the regular board meeting at NLPS to discuss recent changes with the company and initiatives to support schools and the community.
Board Chair Karen Packard thanked them for the ongoing support NLPS receives from Cenovus, including a $10,000 contribution to help provide food security for students.
Cenovus employees have also contributed through payroll deductions, resulting in an additional $6,600 for NLPS students.
A little over a year ago, Cenovus acquired Husky, resulting in many changes to the company’s operation.
Warawa and Okinczyc confirmed that Cenovus remains committed to supporting the communities through social investments in four focus areas: Indigenous reconciliation, protected planet, future-ready youth, and resilient communities.
Lakeland Connect would also like to give Cenovus a shoutout and say thank you for caring about Lakeland and its youth.