Skip to content

Stoney Nakoda

Morley RCMP charge two with stolen property, loaded handgun

Morley RCMP charge two with stolen property, loaded handgun

Two people are facing more than a dozen charges in relation to stolen vehicles and a loaded handgun at a home in Morley.
Bearspaw First Nation council shuffles, Chief Darcy Dixon remains

Bearspaw First Nation council shuffles, Chief Darcy Dixon remains

Securing 62.8 per cent of 720 votes cast in the Nov. 25 election, Dixon surpassed opponents Anthony Bearspaw, who previously sat on council and garnered 142 votes, and former chief David Bearspaw Jr., with 126 votes.
Planning work begins on $4.4-million project for Canmore General Hospital

Planning work begins on $4.4-million project for Canmore General Hospital

“It is pretty amazing. It has been a long time coming. A lot of working partnering with AHS and making sure that the project moved ahead at the right time, with the right people involved."
Accessibility, economic strategy emphasized in Indigenous relations mandate letter

Accessibility, economic strategy emphasized in Indigenous relations mandate letter

In a Nov. 16 letter sent to Minister of Indigenous Relations Rick Wilson, Premier Danielle Smith outlined six commitments to be carried out, including improving access to public services, and expanding programs, funding opportunities and partnerships in Indigenous communities.
EDITORIAL: Vital for employees to earn living wage

EDITORIAL: Vital for employees to earn living wage

EDITORIAL: The soaring inflationary costs are the latest signs of division between the haves and the have-nots. And while it’s not something new to the Bow Valley, the recent year has only seen the divergence continue to grow.
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.

COMMENTARY: Alberta Health Services needs strengthening, not dismantling

COMMENTARY: Province needs to strengthen and support the healthcare system
Banff National Park management plan prioritizes Indigenous relations

Banff National Park management plan prioritizes Indigenous relations

“We heard very clearly from our Indigenous partners that Banff National Park in particular, being this iconic place that resonates across the country, has a responsibility to lead the way on this front,” said park superintendent Salman Rasheed.
EDITORIAL: Danielle Smith government off to confusing, hectic start

EDITORIAL: Danielle Smith government off to confusing, hectic start

EDITORIAL: A lot can change in the coming months, but what’s been shown so far is the Jason Kenney era in Alberta is over and the rollercoaster ride of Danielle Smith is just beginning and potentially just a short lived sideshow in Alberta politics.
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.”