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F.P. Walshe administrators receive Blackfoot names

Posted on 22 June 2022 bystaff

Staff from F.P. Walshe school and family members of Chad Jensen and Mary Krizan were invited to attend a special…Continue Reading

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Betty-Ann Little Wolf to receive honourary college degree

Posted on 25 May 2022 bystaff

A Piikani Nation woman who mentored students in Fort Macleod will receive an honourary degree from Lethbridge College. Betty-Ann Little…Continue Reading

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Empress Theatre hosts documentary, discussion

Posted on 23 February 2022 bystaff

Presented in partnership with Fort Macleod Family and Community Support Services, the National Film Board of Canada and the Fort…Continue Reading

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Jennifer Red Young Man is Indigenous outreach worker

Posted on 02 February 2022 byEditor

Jennifer Red Young Man will help Indigenous families in Fort Macleod and district connect with their culture and language. Red…Continue Reading

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Chinook Arch brings library service to Piikani Nation

Posted on 05 January 2022 bystaff

Piikani Nation residents  will soon enjoy library service in the form of a newly installed book locker. The Piikani Micro-Library…Continue Reading

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New Web site showcases Blackfoot items in museums

Posted on 24 November 2021 bystaff

Utilizing the latest in technology, a new Web site  creates a bridge that connects Blackfoot people to historical items housed…Continue Reading

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Kainai documentary premiere at Calgary festival

Posted on 15 September 2021 bystaff

A feature documentary by a Kainai Nation filmmaker is one of four National Film Board of Canada works featured at…Continue Reading

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RCMP, elders co-operate to bury prehistoric skull

Posted on 21 July 2021 bystaff

In 1979 a prehistoric human skull was found in the waters of the Oldman River west of the Monarch bridge at Highway 3A. Last month, the skull was laid to rest with a traditional ceremony conducted by First Nations elders. The skull was found on July 22, 1979 by a Monarch resident, who was swimming…Continue Reading

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F.P. Walshe graduating students receive eagle feather blessing

Posted on 16 June 2021 byEditor

An eagle feather blessing on Thursday prepared six F.P. Walshe school graduating students for the next chapter in their lives.…Continue Reading