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Paper Excellence awards first Métis scholarship to grade 12 student

June 30, 2021  By P&PC Staff

Jolynn Amyotte. Photo: Paper Excellence

Paper Excellence has awarded its first national Métis scholarship to Jolynn Amyotte.

Amyotte attends Carlton Comprehensive High School in Prince Albert, Sask., where the company is working to restart its pulp mill.

Amyotte is a grade 12 student with broad ambitions related to health care. Her long-term goal is to improve overall access to and quality of care, as well as bring new ideas of what health looks like to her community.


“We’re pleased to be able to offer scholarships to Indigenous youth who live in the communities surrounding our mills,” says Graham Kissack, VP EH&S and corporate communications.

The $250 scholarships – both community and First Nations – are available to high school graduates who are living in Prince Albert and are entering their first year at a public university, community college or institute of technology.

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