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Siksika Nation Housing Census

WHAT IS A CENSUS? Gathering information and data. WHAT IS THE PURPOSE? Planning purposes. Reporting purposes. Update Housing Database System. ALL INFORMATION COLLECTED IS PRIVATE AND CONFIDENTIAL For more information please contact Siksika Housing at 403-734-5200 or siksikacensus2021@siksikanation.com Please Click here to open Siksika Census Link.

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Post Secondary Funding Announcement

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASESiksika Nation Post-Secondary Funding Announcement (Siksika Nation – April 6, 2021) In an announcement made to Siksika Nation’s post-secondary students March 4th in a virtual info-session by Old Sun Community College staff to students, Siksika Nation Chief Ouray Crowfoot announced upcoming changes to post-secondary funding for Siksika Nation members which will allow more access to post-secondary education beyond K-12. Download press release to read entire announcement:

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Siksika Nation Women’s Day Celebration

Nominees: Deatrice Blackhorse, Leanne Sleigh, Cheryl Solway, Dr Pearl Yellow Old Woman, Sharon Calf Robe, Flora Sleigh, Karen Running Rabbit, Susan Spring Chief, Trina Wolf Leg, Olivia Good Rider, Mandy Prairie Chicken, Debbie Leather, Linda Backfat, Marilyn Melting Tallow, Joan Poor Eagle, Betty Poor Eagle, Natasha Calf Robe/Ayoungman, Dr. Latisha Hewton-Backfat, Lenora Rabbit Carrier, Dr. Vivian Ayoungman, Astokomi Smith, Natasha Whiteman (Waterchief), Pauline Yellowfly, Delia McMaster, Lydia Brass, Mildred Three Suns, Ruth Scalplock, Alvina Weasel Child, Barbara Blackhorse, Lydia McHugh, Tansy Pretty Youngman, Theresa Bigeye, Carlene Bear Chief, Teshawna Running Rabbit, Cassia Ayoungman, Kelsey Solway, Karen Waterchief Congratulations to all…

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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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