Siksika Tribal Administration Candy Drive-Thru Date: October 29, 2021 (Friday) Time: 11 AM to 1 PM Drive Thru begins at the entrance of the Administration building. For more information contact: Tracy Duck Chief Phone: 403 200 5828 Email: email@example.com
Mark Your Calendars: The Siksika Nation Fair 2021 Baseball/Golf – September 10, 11, 12 Rodeo – September 17, 18, 19 Powwow/Handgame – September 24, 25, 26 The Siksika Nation Fair 2021 will look a look a little different this year. Due to COVID-19, the committee has staggered the dates of the annual fair. As restrictions ease up, the committee remains committed to protecting the community and visitors and will continue to monitor all COVID-19 updates and recommendations set out by Siksika Health Services. The committee will provide more information in the coming weeks including how to register.
Siksika Family Services Corporation: Request for Community Consultation Task Force Applications: Bill C-92 and Siksika Specific Legislation for Children and Family ServicesDeadline to apply: July 16, 2021
Oki, due to the reduction in risk-level status from Red to Yellow, following the COVID- 19 restrictions implemented by Siksika Health Services. Effective June 1, 2021 the Service Areas can welcome all employees back into the office. This decision will be re-evaluated in line with recommendations and guidance from Siksika Nation Health and the CDC. The Administration will be open for services by appointment only. Your cooperation is appreciated and stay safe.
Open Letter to Prime Minister Justin Trudeau on Tk’emlups te Secwépemc First Nation and Kamloops Indian Residential School
Siksika Nation COVID-19 Update for May 6th, 2021 provided by Chief Ouray Crowfoot “At this time Siksika Nation Chief and Council have supported the recommendation from Siksika Health Services to move temporarily to a Red High Risk level effective May 6th from its previous Yellow status.” Chief Ouray Crowfoot Siksikawa should refrain from both indoor and outdoor gatherings with people from outside their household, including both informal social gatherings, and formal gatherings. If gatherings are essential, they should take place outdoors, and be restricted to 10 people or fewer. Essential outdoor gatherings of 10 people or fewer should only be permitted…
Siksika Nation Chief and Council continue to promote safety in our community. The Public Safety Taskforce has launched a safety campaign in our community to fight the war on drugs. Signage has been placed throughout the Nation with information to report suspected drug trafficking. “This is an ongoing community effort; we need to stay vigilant and ensure our children and elders are protected.” explains Public Safety Taskforce Chair Councillor Carlin Black Rabbit. Residents of Siksika can call the following numbers to report: Local Detachment 403-734-3056 Crime Stoppers: 1-800-222-8477 (TIPS) or online at: www.P3Tips.com In addition to ensuring public safety in our…
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Arrangement made between Siksika Nation and the Town of Strathmore to provide transportation to Nation members released from custody during inclement weather
In regards to the recent reports made by Nation members of suspicious vehicles seen parked in residential communities in Siksika, Siksika Nation Chief and Council have met with the Gleichen RCMP this morning to develop a process to report suspicious vehicles in Siksika. Siksika Nation Chief and Council Public Safety Taskforce is working closely with Gleichen RCMP who have identified the following steps Nation members can take to report suspicious vehicles in Siksika: Step 1: Call the Gleichen RCMP at 403-734-3056 to report the suspicious vehicle. RCMP will dispatch an officer to follow up with the report. Include a description…
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