Malcolm Jenkins receives honorary diploma at Prince Albert Convocation

Image credit: Saskatchewan Polytechnic
Image credit: Saskatchewan Polytechnic

Mr. Malcolm Jenkins is the proud owner of the Prince Albert Canadian Tire. His contributions go beyond his financial generosity, rallying the community to achieve great things.

Four years ago, he made a donation to the Pineview Terrace Lodge during the facility’s furnishing campaign, which helped campaign organizers reach and exceed their goal.

Other organizations he has donated to include the Friday Night Lights campaign, Special Olympics, the Rotary Trail, the Kinsmen Skateboard Park, the E.A. Rawlinson Centre and the Alfred Jenkins Field House, which was named after his father.

Throughout the years Malcolm has won numerous awards, including being voted as Prince Albert’s Best Citizen in paNOW’s Best of the Best. Congratulations Malcom!

Since the first honorary diploma was awarded in 2003, Sask Polytech has been recognizing extraordinary individuals who model the institution's vision and values. The contributions made by the members of this elite group help cultivate an educational environment focused on applied learning and innovative research.

View past recipients online.

Watch the 2017 Prince Albert convocation ceremony.

Published June 2017.