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Siksika

(sĭk`səkə): see BlackfootBlackfoot,
Native North Americans of the Algonquian branch of the Algonquian-Wakashan linguistic stock (see Native American languages). They occupied in the early 19th cent.
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Many Guns, who is from Alberta's Siksika Nation, already has considerable size.
Caption: Jay Waterchief, a youth delegate from the Siksika Nation, diocese of Calgary
In acknowledgement of the support he has received from the Siksika Nation, Fleury chose it as the destination.
Funded by Siksika Nation Chief and Council and the provincial government to purchase buildings, additional funding from RBC allowed the First Nation to cover the costs of upgrades and repairs to several of its units.
Or Lawrence Winnipeg from the Siksika Nation, who talks about how to heal oneself from substance abuse, and about how his great-grandmother inspired him with stories about his ancestors.
In addition to appointing lawyers to represent clients in need, Legal Aid Alberta has a number of specialized programs to help people and regions where legal needs are most acute: the Family Law Offices, Youth Criminal Defence Offices, Central Alberta Law Office, Immigration Services, and an office at Siksika Nation run in partnership with the Nation.
on the Siksika Nation, is built on 2,000 acres of prairie grassland overlooking the Bow River.
Gerald McMaster is a member of the Siksika Nation in Alberta, but has a greater connection to the Red Pheasant First Nation in Saskatchewan.
And I experienced all the abuse that you can think of and I was a survivor," said Siksika Nation Chief Vincent Yellow Old Woman, who was in attendance for the apology.
Mary's Residential School on the Blood reserve, and his mother the Old Sun Residential School on Siksika Nation.
Added to the Christmas list this year are young residents on reserves of the Siksika Nation and Piikani Nation.