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Morley Community School students create clothing company to highlight Stoney language, culture

Morley Community School students create clothing company to highlight Stoney language, culture

Wathtech, Îyethka îam, Mînî Thnî – these are some of the Stoney expressions a clothing company started by Morley Community School students aims to share and celebrate as points of cultural pride.
Îyârhe Nakoda Youth exhibition launches at artsPlace

Îyârhe Nakoda Youth exhibition launches at artsPlace

“They were having a relationship with this beautiful land that was there. The end of each of those days, they sat around a campfire with Stoney Nakoda elders and listened to stories of the land. True stories about its history and stories from their culture. At the end of their journey with that learning, they created a painting to reflect something they learned.”
Construction begins on traditional healing space in Morley

Construction begins on traditional healing space in Morley

Rows of berry shrubs recently planted near the Wesley Elders Lodge in Mînî Thnî mark the beginnings of a new traditional healing space taking shape.
Bighorn council receives update on Exshaw Mountain Gateway project

Bighorn council receives update on Exshaw Mountain Gateway project

“It is a residential subdivision area. It would be a combination of single-family homes, with suites, duplex lots and two multi-family lots. We want to hit all those price points and hit market demand for different levels in the Bow Valley. We feel like we are putting out a project that has a number of price points that way.”
Dead Man’s Flats Community Association proposes new rink in Bighorn

Dead Man’s Flats Community Association proposes new rink in Bighorn

“In terms of the maintenance, that is assigned by the community association to a group of volunteers. We have been doing everything by hand, and there is the expectation that would look different if we had snow removal equipment and a Zamboni.”
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
EDITORIAL: Responsibility ultimately on individuals to lessen human-wildlife conflict

EDITORIAL: Responsibility ultimately on individuals to lessen human-wildlife conflict

The bears are out and about. It’s hard to go more than a few days without seeing a black bear or grizzly bear or seeing a new closure that is limiting people from going to an area of the Bow Valley to avoid potential human-wildlife conflict. While it’s
PHOTOS: Stoney Nakoda celebrate National Indigenous Peoples Day

PHOTOS: Stoney Nakoda celebrate National Indigenous Peoples Day

"Today is a good day to be native, just like every day is," said Young to the crowd during the event's opening remarks. "Thank you for joining us on this first day of summer to celebrate with us as we share who we are as Îethka people."
Three Indigenous metal bands to play Banff show

Three Indigenous metal bands to play Banff show

"Some people call us thrash, some people call us metal, but we just play what we like to hear and that's just Indigenous metal."
OLS students, teacher earn major recognition

OLS students, teacher earn major recognition

“It helps me go forward. You always wonder if you are making a difference. It is fulfilling to know you make a difference with a few students.”
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