Month: June 2022

Blood Tribe Opioids Response Safety Message

As Siksika’s 1910 Global Settlement Distribution date approaches, the Blood Tribe Opioid Response Team created a video to provide some information to ensure safety, awareness and recovery maintenance. Please review & share this important message and visit www.bloodtribe.org to view the June 2022 Blood Tribe Opioids Response Update & Service Directory pamphlet.

Blood Tribe Opioid Response Resource Pamphlet for June 2022

Blood Tribe Opioid Response Update & Service Directory June 2022 Pamphlet The June 2022 edition of the Blood Tribe Opioids Response Update & Service Directory pamphlet features the Blood Tribe Harm Reduction Outreach Mobile Unit and the Day Treatment Program offered by the Kainai Wellness Centre. The Blood Tribe Crime Stoppers contact information is also …

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Waterton Lakes National Park – Flood Watch June 13, 2022

Flood Information Update Flood Watch – June 13, 2022 | 16:20 What’s happening Parks Canada has issued a flood watch for Waterton Lakes National Park. Water levels in the Waterton Lakes are above normal for this time of year and expected to rise. We are closely monitoring conditions and will issue regular updates and take …

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Waterton Lakes National Park Important Bulletin: Caution: Aggressive and Defensive Deer in Town

Caution: Aggressive and Defensive Deer in Town Weblink – WLNP: Aggressive And Defensive Deer In Town  FOR YOUR INFORMATION – June 9, 2022 The Waterton village provides mule deer with relative safety from predators, as well as lawns that are a rich source of forage. This has led to a dense population of urban deer, …

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Waterton Lakes National Park Area Closure for Belly River Campground

Waterton Lakes National ParkArea Closure for Belly River CampgroundPlease be advised Parks Canada has issued an area closure for:Belly River CampgroundA food conditioned black bear is frequenting the campground. The bear has approached people.View the Area Closure important bulletin hereImmediately report all bear (carnivore) sightings to 1-888- 927-3367 or notify Parks Canada staff.

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