KIRAN MALIK-KHAN

KIRAN MALIK-KHAN

A little about KIRAN MALIK-KHAN

Kiran Malik-Khan is the Communications Manager for the Fort McMurray Public School District, and national award-winning communications professional. She is a freelance journalist, a communications professional, and a poet. She loves sharing stories about unique people, events, and organizations. Kiran is the co-founder and volunteer public relations director for NorthWord magazine, Fort McMurray's first and only literary magazine. She is also the President/Co-founder of World Hijab Day Fort McMurray. A proud Pakistani-Canadian who grew up in New Jersey, she is a fierce advocate of Fort McMurray, multiculturalism, women's rights, and equality for all. Got a story nobody is telling? Send her ideas: DM and follow on Twitter @KiranMK0822.

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07
2019
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A few dedicated community volunteers are coming together to launch a working group for parents/caregivers of youth and adults with special needs. The goal is to discuss transitions from youth to adulthood. The meeting is on Thursday, November 7 at Avenue Coffee.
Nov
01
2019
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“I slept and dreamt that life was joy. I awoke and saw that life was service. I acted and behold, service was joy.”
Oct
24
2019
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Hundreds of residents enjoyed the third annual Mosaic Handmade Market from October 4 to 6, 2019 at MacDonald Island Park. Featuring 80 vendors with 10 local ones – artists, artisans, designers and makers got to showcase their unique inventory from across Canada.
Oct
23
2019
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“We call it Symmetree, because the company endeavours to share stories that are “reflections” (“symmetry”) of society on stage, in ways which advocate for and promote social “growth” (“tree”).” That’s Luay Eljamal, founder and co-producer of Symmetree Theatre, our city’s newest theatre group explaining the unique name. Eljamal, is all…
Oct
23
2019
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Eight events, hundreds of friends, many dances and countless good memories later – the local Hindu community wrapped up Navratari events this week. Navratari is a nine-day festival, which celebrates the triumph of good over evil, and features a round-dance called Garba.
Oct
23
2019
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A well-known name, and a local historical figure, C.H. (Clennell Haggerston) “Punch” Dickins has been honoured through a commemorative plaque unveiled at Snye Point Park on October 18, 2019. Dickins (1899–1995) was a distinguished pilot of the Royal Flying Corps during the First World War, as well as a pioneering…
Oct
21
2019
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Amid a sea of berets, and a throwback to the fifties – Arts Council Wood Buffalo’s (ACWB) fourth annual Excellence in Arts Awards, also called the Buffys – were held on October 19, 2019 at the Suncor Energy Centre for the Performing Arts. The theme this year was Midnight Coffeehouse,…
Oct
21
2019
Volume
7-4
When Malcolm Setter finally decided to start his own business - Wood Buffalo was his top choice. The CEO of Get Energy Corp., a utilities and Internet providing company, Setter credits the Wood Buffalo Economic Development Corporation (WBEDC) with not only helping him expand his business, but also for helping…
Oct
21
2019
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Opened last December, MR MIKES SteakhouseCasual is owned by Mike Durocher, who has been a local resident for over 23 years. He shares the inspiration behind starting the eatery.
Oct
16
2019
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Andrea Brasch, or as she prefers to be called Andy M chose Biological Burgeon as a title for her art exhibition to capture the transition she’s just been through.

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