Blood Tribe Bylaws

  • Vaccine Bylaw
  • Protection Bylaw
  • Trespass Bylaw

Response to Pope Francis Apology – Chief Roy Fox, Makiinima (April 1, 2022)

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Blood Tribe Employment & Skills Training

2022 Summer Work Experience Program


Pamphlet - April 2022

Blood Tribe Opioid Response Update

To help address the Opioid situation, a pamphlet has been constructed to provide information and raise awareness of the resources and contact supports available for Tribal members. 

Blood Tribe Land Management

April – December 2021 Newsletter

Mismanagement of Assets Trust Agreement Interest Per Capita Distribution and NON Land Occupant Distribution

Blood Tribe Distribution - November 17, 2021

January 10/22 Update: December 2021 distribution cheques can be picked up at BTA main reception.

Kainai Resources Inc.

Blood Tribe TOPGAS Settlement

The Blood Tribe TOPGAS $17.6 million settlement agreement with the Government of Canada.

(Current and Past)

Call for Traditional Land Users Hunting, Fishing & Gathering on the Eastern Slopes and Rocky Mountains

Tribal Government is currently seeking data from traditional land users of the eastern slopes and the Rocky Mountains. Traditional land users include anyone who has hunted, fished, or harvested in the eastern slopes area, this includes current and past use. 

COVID-19 Safety Outreach Campaign

Blood Tribe Communications, along with DerRic Starlight’s Nuppets have developed a series of COVID-19 safety videos. All the videos are nestled in the prairie of the largest reserve in Canada, the Blood Reserve.

Red Crow Community College
(New) Project Website

The new campus facility for Red Crow Community College is now under construction. 

For more information about the project and to find out important construction updates, please check out our website by clicking on this button below. We are grateful for your support of this project in our community and we look forward to our opening in September of 2022. 

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Comprehensive Community Plan

The Blood Tribe Comprehensive Community Plan (BTCCP) will guide development in the communities of Standoff, Levern, Old Agency and Moses Lake. This plan brings together projects and planning that have taken years of hard work by Blood Tribe members, staff and leadership along with new opportunities and strategies into a planning framework that will improve how the communities work together in supporting the needs, values and desires of Blood Tribe members.

Indian Residential School - Phone Support information

If you feel triggered or overwhelmed by any announcement of unmarked graves found
at Indian Residential Schools in Canada, there are supports available.

Kainai Wellness Centre at 403-737-3883
National Indian Residential School Crisis Line at 1-866-925-4419


Phone: 403-737-3753
Fax: 403-737-2336
Email: [email protected]


Monday – Friday
8:30 a.m. – 4:30 p.m.


Box 60
Standoff, Alberta
T0L 1Y0

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