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Naapi’s Garden, Kotoyiis Seed Bank & David Suzuki Kainai Buffalo/Iinnii Visit – May 28, 2022

May 28, 2022 – Naapi’s Garden and Katoyiss Seed Bank visit (By William Singer  III) Naapi’s Garden and Katoyiss Seed Bank was created to further the continuing adaptation of the Niitsitapi. Today we are facing a decline in our Native plants, which leads to a decline in community health. Every plant that we lose affects …

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Abu Dhabi Trade Mission Visit BTAP & Kainai Forage – May 25, 2022

On Wednesday May 25, The Blood Tribe hosted a delegation from the Canadian Forage Growers Association and representatives from Al Dahra, an Abu Dhabi-based conglomerate that specialises in agribusiness.  Al Dahra’s mission in visiting Canada was to begin sourcing potential long-term providers of forage for export to Abu Dhabi, in the United Arab Emirates.  Al …

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Drugs and Cash seized from Illegal Cannabis Shop – May 12, 2022

On May 10, 2022, Blood Tribe Police Service executed a search warrant on a property in the community of Moses Lake located on the Blood Tribe after concerns were raised from the public regarding the illegal sale of cannabis. Members seized 2013 grams of dry cannabis, 838 grams of Psilocybin (mushrooms), cannabis edibles, and other …

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Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women and Girls MMIWG NATIONAL DAY OF AWARENESS IN SOLIDARITY – May 5, 2022

Honoring Blood Tribe Members Ceremony was held at the Red Crow Park on May 5, 2022, it was hosted by Kainai Wellness Centre and Blood Tribe Department of Health. The gathering was for the community to come and stand together to honour the lives of mothers, daughters, fathers, brothers, friends, and family members that were …

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Blood Tribe & Town of Cardston Meeting, April 21, 2022

The Blood Tribe Council, Blood Tribe Administration SEO, and Blood Tribe Opioid Task Force Coordinator met with the Town of Cardston and Cardston County, last Thursday to address issues that Tribe members and Town residents have been facing. Issues such as the opioid crisis, racism, poverty issues, and lack of Town and Tribal resources to …

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

Oki, Today Chief Roy Fox provided a response on Pope Francis’ apology to the Assembly of First Nation delegation in Vatican City earlier today. Please find the written statement along with a clip of the interview he gave on CBC National Network this afternoon. https://www.cbc.ca/player/play/2018971715887 Thank you, Blood Tribe Communications & Community Engagement

December’s Persons With Lived Experiences Holiday Posting – Melissa Many Fingers

The Blood Tribe Opioid Response Team is excited to introduce the Christmas Holiday PWLE Persons With Lived Experience Campaign.  The goal of the campaign is to highlight and celebrate the recovery of many people who are working hard to beat their addictions.  Every day, starting in December until early January, we will be sharing Individual …

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COVID-19 Tracker Update – October 25, 2021 (Blood Reserve)

IMPORTANT – All Blood Reserve (vaccinated and unvaccinated) members are STRONGLY ENCOURAGED to continue to follow all COVID-19 safety measures, including the Reserve’s Enhanced Safety Measures (https://bloodtribe.org/wp-content/uploads/2021/10/Oct-4-2021-Blood-Tribe-COVID-19-Enhanced-Safety-Measures6.pdf) o Physical distancing of two metres (six feet) o Wear face mask o Safe hand hygiene – Do not touch face, cover cough or sneeze into elbow, wash …

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