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Stoney: A look at preserving language, culture in Stoney Nakoda

Stoney: A look at preserving language, culture in Stoney Nakoda

“Everything else in our culture has been reproduced, stolen, borrowed, but the one thing that really still remains that is traditional to us, is our language,” said Duane Mark, language and cultural coordinator at Morley Community School in Mînî Thnî. “That’s why we push it so hard.
New Catholic School Board trustee endeavors to be voice for Canmore

New Catholic School Board trustee endeavors to be voice for Canmore

“I really try to advocate for Catholic education. It is really important to me that in our community that people remember and know that the Catholic school is a good option for people. It allows our students to develop through our Catholic values and it is important for that option for our community members.”
Morley Community School principal recipient of Platinum Jubilee Medal

Morley Community School principal recipient of Platinum Jubilee Medal

“Since becoming an educator, I’ve always had this image of little Indigenous kids getting off the school bus, coming into school with love, hope and excitement. I try to make them feel welcome because it is their school and the community has entrusted all of us with serving their students,” said Horvath.
PHOTOS: Open house celebrates Halloween spirit

PHOTOS: Open house celebrates Halloween spirit

PHOTOS: Open house celebrates Halloween spirit
Carol Picard receives Queen’s Jubilee Medal

Carol Picard receives Queen’s Jubilee Medal

“I’ve always been fascinated with politics. This grassroots level is an area that has always fascinated me because it is so impactful on our society.”
PHOTOS: The past week in photography in the Bow Valley

PHOTOS: The past week in photography in the Bow Valley

PHOTOS: The past week in photography in the Bow Valley
PHOTOS: Annual Turkey Trot keeps Thanksgiving tradition going

PHOTOS: Annual Turkey Trot keeps Thanksgiving tradition going

PHOTOS: Annual Turkey Trot keeps Thanksgiving tradition going
NES Wild program grows beyond walls of Mînî Thnî elementary school

NES Wild program grows beyond walls of Mînî Thnî elementary school

“It’s much more than just outdoor learning; it’s [students] understanding who they are and where they come from. It integrates language, culture, history, and anything that pertains to Indigenous or First Nations communities and ties into land-based learning.”
Banff playschool receives donation to cover 2022-23 school year rent

Banff playschool receives donation to cover 2022-23 school year rent

A donation of more than $10,000 will help cover the rent for 2022-23 of a Banff playschool.
PHOTOS: New class graduates from Settlement Services in the Bow Valley

PHOTOS: New class graduates from Settlement Services in the Bow Valley

PHOTOS: New class graduates from Settlement Services in the Bow Valley