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November 11, 2019

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Oasis home to useful, unique metal art

Students at Murdoch MacKay build recycling sculpture

Murdoch MacKay Collegiate’s global issues teacher Kim Dudek, Grade 11 student Aspen Baker, and metal arts teacher Gerard Hoorne with ‘Bubbles,’ a metal art piece that has been installed on the beach at The Oasis to help encourage recycling. (SHELDON BIRNIE/CANSTAR/THE HERALD)

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Murdoch MacKay Collegiate’s global issues teacher Kim Dudek, Grade 11 student Aspen Baker, and metal arts teacher Gerard Hoorne with ‘Bubbles,’ a metal art piece that has been installed on the beach at The Oasis to help encourage recycling. (SHELDON BIRNIE/CANSTAR/THE HERALD)

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