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September 19, 2011 09:30 ET

Slave Lake to Complete Hockey Arena With Donation from CCS Corporation

Hockey scrimmage with local elementary school children, Mayor Pillay-Kinnee and CCS Corporation celebrates community spirit

SLAVE LAKE, ALBERTA--(Marketwire - Sept. 19, 2011) - The Slave Lake hockey arena will be one step closer to opening its doors with a donation from CCS Corporation, North America's largest environmental solutions company, on September 22, 2011.

In celebration of the donation and hometown spirit and pride, join local elementary school children, John Gibson, CEO and president of CCS Corporation and Slave Lake Mayor Karina Pillay-Kinnee as they face off against each other in a friendly scrimmage hockey game.

Details of the event are as follows:
September 22, 2011
1:00 – 1:30 p.m.
E.G. Wahlstrom Elementary School's gymnasium
228-4th Ave. NW (Stu Lafoy)
Slave Lake

CCS employees across Canada banded together to raise and donate funds to help local residents recover from the destruction of forest fires that swept in and around Slave Lake in May. These funds will go towards completing the North Arena, which is scheduled to open on October 24 with the first senior's men's hockey game.

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CCS Corporation is North America's largest provider of integrated environmental services to the oil-and-gas sector. Based in Calgary, Alberta, the privately-held company has more than 3,000 employees with operations across Canada and the United States. Through four major operating divisions, CCS provides customers with a unique, integrated proposition that addresses environmental and waste management issues throughout the oil-and-gas lifecycle, from exploration to abandonment. CCS delivers its comprehensive portfolio of innovative environmental and waste management services through a network of state-of-the-art facilities and an extensive array of specialized assets.

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