In line with the provincial declaration of the public health emergency, the Stoney Nakoda First Nation also declared a state of local emergency on March 17 to allow the Nation’s Emergency Management Team to have greater access to resources to support the community. 

Since the announcement, Stoney Nakoda has been able to set up an Emergency Response Centre at the Stoney Nakoda Resort and Casino.

“I would like to give the Nakoda Emergency Management team a big thank you. You are doing a wonderful job, please continue,” Bearspaw Councillor Rob Hunter said in a video on social media. 

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