Month: May 2021

Job Opportunities – Roofing & Cladding Workers – (St. Mary’s Construction)

St. Mary’s construction is currently looking to hire multiple Roofing and Cladding workers for the construction of the new Red Crow Community College campus. • 3 workers for Flat Roofing • 5 workers for Cladding Please email your resume to J.R. Manson, Program Manager, Red Crow Community College Email: [email protected]  Phone: 403-715-9411

COVID-19 Tracker Update – May 6, 2021 (Blood Reserve)

REMEMBER: BTDH has changed their reporting system to better reflect what is being used by FNIHB and AHS. They are now combining the Isolation Ended Cases with the Active Cases. Isolation End Date is 10 days after onset of symptoms or swab date. Total Recovery is 15 days after the swab date or 10 days …

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Service Canada Notice – Contacting Service Canada Update

Information sent on behalf of Service Canada Due to recent service changes as a result of COVID-19 (Coronavirus), we urge you not to visit local Service Canada Centres unless it is absolutely necessary to do so.  Individuals should continue to use Service Canada’s many online services whenever possible.  1) Go online: Canada.ca For the most convenient, …

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Family Resource Releases Spring Schedule for Reclaiming Youth After School Programs

The Family Resource Centre has recently released its Spring 2021 schedule for the Reclaiming Youth After School Programs. The planned activities, scheduled for May and June, are for Tribal youth between the ages of 9 and 15.• May 15 – Youth Sweat – Leadership/Gender Roles Teachings• May 21 & 22 – Basketball Clinic – (Outdoor …

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Blood Tribe Opioid Task Force – Implementing Actions in Response to All-Time High Drug Overdose Fatalities on Blood Reserve – (May 5, 2021)

Please read and share this IMPORTANT statement from the Blood Tribe Opioid Task Force for May 5, 2021. Blood Tribe Opioids Response – May 2021  Blood Tribe Chief and Council shares your deep concern about the losses our community is currently experiencing and knows the urgency to eliminate access to these harmful drugs from our …

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COVID-19 Tracker Update – May 5, 2021 (Blood Reserve)

REMEMBER: BTDH has changed their reporting system to better reflect what is being used by FNIHB and AHS. They are now combining the Isolation Ended Cases with the Active Cases. Isolation End Date is 10 days after onset of symptoms or swab date. Total Recovery is 15 days after the swab date or 10 days …

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Kainaiwa Children’s Services Corporation To Host Virtual After School Programs Throughout Month Of May 2021

Kainaiwa Children’s Services Corporation – Virtual After School Programs – (Month of May)The Kainaiwa Children’s Services Corporation will be hosting “VIRTUAL After School Programs” • May 5, 2021 “Mothers Day Craft”• May 12, 2021 “Baking Class”• May 19, 2021 “Outdoor Activity”• May 26, 2021 “Life Skills Information Class” Packages can be picked up Curb side …

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Family Resource Centre to Host Virtual After School Programs Throughout Month of May 2021

The Family Resource Centre will be hosting “VIRTUAL After School Programs” • May 4, 2021 “MOTHERS DAY MESSAGE”• May 11, 2021 “Wellness Activity”• May 18, 2021 “Big Chef / Little Chef”• May 25, 2021 “Parent Support Group” Packages can be picked up Curb side every Wednesday & Thursday (MAY 2021) from (TEN) 10:00AM – (FOUR) …

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COVID-19 Safety Restrictions Reminder for Alberta and Blood Tribe – (May 5, 2021)

Please be advise, yesterday evening, Alberta Premier Jason Kenney, outlined new COVID-19 stronger safety measures in response to the spike in provincial cases. The detailed list of measures can be viewed by clicking this link: https://www.alberta.ca/enhanced-public-health-measures.aspx Also a reminder that the Blood Reserve COVID-19 enhanced safety measures were extended until May 15, 2021. The measures …

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