Daily news for May 11

Photo by Tawnya Plain Eagle

On Thursday May. 13, Aakom-Kiyii Health Services will be having a 1st & 2nd Dose COVID-19 Vaccine Clinic.
This Clinic will offer both Pfizer and Moderna COVID-19 Vaccines and will be offering it to Piikani Nation Members from ages 12 and up.
According to a report released by Blackfoot Confederacy 10,175 doses have been administered across Blackfoot confederacy.
The report also states that 37 per cent of Piikani Members have received their second dose. 

A new shopping centre is in the works on the Tsuut'ina Nation near Calgary. Local and national businesses like Dollarama, Tim Hortons and the Bank of Montreal will be opening next year.
Bryce Starlight with Taza, the corporation behind the development, says like Costco, the strip mall is expected to bring more opportunities to Tsuut'ina Nation members.

The University of Manitoba had a momentous day on Saturday, celebrating the graduation of more than 500 Indigenous students — the largest cohort the university has ever had.
For the second year in a row, due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the university held a virtual powwow to celebrate its self-declared Indigenous graduates. This year, there are 510.


The Edmonton Oilers beat Montreal Canadians 4-3 last night. 

While the canucks beat the jets 3-1

The canadiens have another chance to clinch a playoff spot tomorrow at 3pm.

For today we could expect thunderstorms and a high of 12. 

Tomorrow we could expect sunshine and a high of 19.  

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