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News Archive for May 2017

May 30, 2017

WPS is proud to support KidSport!

On May 27, 2017 WPS was in attendance to support KidSport Wood Buffalo and Law Day at the Courthouse.  Law Day is a national event that celebrates the signing of Canada`s Charter of Rights and Freedoms.  The public can learn about the law, the legal profession and the legal institutions that form the cornerstone of Canadian democracy.  KidSport believe that all kids can play, and should be given the opportunity to experience the positive experience of organized sports.  WPS is proud to support KidSport!

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http://www.kidsportcanada.ca/alberta/wood-buffalo/

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May 19, 2017

Neegan’s long term Service Awards

Yesterday morning Neegan Development’s Operations Manager Lindsey White and Tuccaro Group Chief Operating Officer Craig Jenkins handed out Service Awards to Neegan’s long term service employees.

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Abner Yanesa – Service Technician – 5 Years

David McFatridge – Service Technician – 5 Years

Mike Jelly Fuel & Lube General Foreman – 5 Years

Pauline Dicks – Contracts Administrator – 5 Years

Glen Grouchy – Maintenance General Foreman – 5 Years

Eugene Head – Shop Foreman – 10 Years

Neil Hynes – Service Technician – 10 Years

Our employees’ loyalty is what makes Neegan as strong as it is.  Finding and retaining quality employees is a challenge for any business, especially in today’s climate.  These employees are a testament to Tuccaro and Neegan’s Management teams that make Neegan a great place to work.  We would like to congratulate and thank these employees for their service and dedication to the Tuccaro Group.

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May 10, 2017

Go Oilers!

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May 3, 2017

The Tuccaro Group of Companies will remember the events of May 2016 with gratitude

Gratitude to the communities of Fort McKay and Anzac that took in residents of Fort McMurray who were evacuated, they were welcomed into homes, fed and given shelter at a time when we were so unsure of what would happen.

Gratitude that we will forever feel towards our First Responders who helped safely evacuate 80,000 people and fought to save our city.

Gratitude to all of the people across the province and country who reached out to help. Whether it was donations to the Red Cross and evacuation centres, or hugs and smiles in random places.

We’re honoured to be a part of the events being held today to help heal as a community. firefighters

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