Month: March 2020

Blood Tribe Advisory – Coronavirus (COVID-19)

Oki, In light of recent news of the presumptive case of the Coronavirus disease (COVID-19) in Alberta, the Blood Tribe Department of Health is working closely with Blood Tribe Administration to keep our community informed on any developments regarding public health safety measures. At this time, we encourage our Blood Tribe community to continue preventative …

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Tiny Home Training Project – BTEST

Blood Tribe members interested in pursuing the tradesman industry such as carpentry, plumbing and an electrician, this is a great opportunity. This program will include a Blackfoot cultural component, as well as basic skills in IT, financial workshops, as well as acquiring safety tickets and academic preparation. The 21 week program will prepare students for …

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Alberta Government Announces Increased Funding for Blood Tribe

Two major funding announcements were made for the Blood Tribe that will help tribal members battling with opioid addiction and to help alleviate the work load for the Blood Tribe Police Service (BTPS). The Blood Tribe Department of Health (BTDH) detox site “Bringing the Spirit Home” began in partnership with Blood Tribe Chief and Council …

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Mokakit Iika’kimaat Career Fair

The Mokakit Iika’kimaat – Career Fair held at the Kainai Multipurpose Building was hosted by Blood Tribe Employment and Skills Training, Kainai High School and Red Crow Community College. This year’s Fair saw an increase in attendance, with over 300 students and general public participants. There were over 40 registered vendors from Universities, Colleges, Government …

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