Billboard in Siksika honours the MMIW

Siksika Nation Chief and Council purchased a billboard off of highway 901 that runs through Siksika as a way to shed light on the issue of Missing & Murdered Indigenous Persons including our very own members. The billboard offers a message of prayer, ‘Nataisksohpawatsi’moihka’ translated to ‘I am always praying for you.’ “It’s so important that we openly acknowledge this issue here at home; sometimes we don’t realize that these issues are in our own backyards. By bringing awareness and talking openly about those missing or those murdered we are saying that injustices are not acceptable in our community; that…

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Siksika Nation Chief and Council Update

January 2021 General Business Food Donation Drive: Siksika Nation Chief and Council is organizing a Food Donation Drive for Siksika Nation members living in Siksika. Donations will be collected until January 28, 2021 at Siksika Trail Market and the Siksika Petro Gas Station. Proceeds of the food drive will go towards the community food bank. SIKSIKA NATION EMERGENCY MEASURES AND CURFEW BY-LAW NO. 2020-01: Siksika Nation Chief and Council enacted the Siksika Nation Emergency Measures and Curfew By-law No. 2020-01 on January 4th, 2021. The By-law is enforceable by law and will remain in effect until COVID-19 restrictions have been lifted….

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Siksika Administration Closure

Office of the Tribal Manager January 12, 2021 Re:  Siksika Administration Closure Please be advised that until further notice, the risk level of COVID-19 spread on Siksika Nation is still at a RED – HIGH RISK level. The risk level is advised by Siksika Health Services’ Communicable Disease Control (CDC) Team. As a result of the High Risk level, the Siksika Nation Tribal Manager has decided that the Administration will remain closed until further notice.  With the exception of essential services which are: Public Works, Housing, Justice (Security), Treasury, Emergency Management, and the Siksika Nation Post Office. These service areas will…

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