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Bar U Ranch exhibit pays tribute to the Stoney Nakoda people

Bar U Ranch exhibit pays tribute to the Stoney Nakoda people

“My hope is that when we get more people to understand who we are as people and what our beliefs are, and when they see it from that point of view, maybe some of the world’s troubles will begin to fade away.”
Chiniki band attempts to evict Stoney Nakoda Elder during pandemic

Chiniki band attempts to evict Stoney Nakoda Elder during pandemic

"I don't know why they want this house – what is it made of gold?"
Rocky Mountain Outlook wins multiple newspaper awards

Rocky Mountain Outlook wins multiple newspaper awards

The Rocky Mountain Outlook has won a number of newspaper awards of excellence for its coverage of news, arts and sports in the valley last year
Province asked to remove McDougall Church historic designation

Province asked to remove McDougall Church historic designation

For the first time in Alberta's history, a First Nation is asking for the removal of a historic designation citing the McDougall Church's "painful history," but the province is unclear on where that request sits
Stoney Nakoda secures spot for pilot project

Stoney Nakoda secures spot for pilot project

A pilot project launched in Stoney Nakoda Nation on Thursday (June 25) testing out a Swiss drone to deliver viral live test swabs to urban centres – the first of its kind in Canada
Stoney Nakoda rescinds local state of emergency

Stoney Nakoda rescinds local state of emergency

"Ending the [state of local emergency] does not mean that the pandemic is over. It recognizes that the initial efforts of Albertans and specifically the Stoney people have worked in keeping numbers low."
Reconciliation a journey of commitment and education

Reconciliation a journey of commitment and education

“It’s not enough to be non-racist, you have to be anti-racist,” said knowledge keeper Thomas Snow. “That can be a very challenging thing.”
Runaway hog causes a scene on Trans-Canada Highway

Runaway hog causes a scene on Trans-Canada Highway

A smiling swine had no idea the predicament it had gotten itself into when the hog wandered into the middle of the Trans-Canada Highway
Second appeal to stop McDougall Church historic rebuild dismissed

Second appeal to stop McDougall Church historic rebuild dismissed

The second appeal to stop the restoration project for the historic 142-year-old McDougall Church has been dismissed, but the province is still deciding whether or not to rescind the historic designation
Black Lives Matter movement has parallels with Indigenous injustice

Black Lives Matter movement has parallels with Indigenous injustice

Worldwide Black Lives Matter rallies united against discrimination over the past weeks, and in the Bow Valley, two rallies brought forward the dark realities of Canada’s shameful history of racism against Indigenous people