NEA Buffalo Hunt

Nipisihkopahk Secondary High School received a beautiful teaching on September 20, 2016. the Students and Staff participated in skinning and dressing two Buffalo’s. They started with ceremony to kick off the teachings.   The students got to experience living the traditional lifestyle as they prepared packages for the Elders and their families, Thank you to…

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Quakers of Canada Visit

SCN was honoured to provide a tour to the Quaker’s of Canada on August 10th, 2016.The Quaker’s of Canada Quakers are a spiritual group who do not share a fixed set of beliefs but their unity is based on shared understanding and a shared practice of worship. The Quakers of Canada are friends of the Maskwacis Non-Governmental Organization…

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“Elder in the Making” visited SCN Educators

Sara Potts and Nipisihkopahk Board of Education invited the “Elder in the Making” Director and Producer – Chris Hsiung and Cowboy Smithx to visited and inspired the Educators of Samson Cree Nation Schools on August 24, 2016. The making of the documentary took Chris and Cowboy 2 years to complete start to finish. The Documentary received official selections…

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2016 Aboriginal Role Models of Alberta

One of Samson Cree Nation members Kelly Shawn Johnson was the recipient of the Business Award at the 21St Annual Aboriginal Role Models of Alberta Awards was which held at the River Cree Resort and Casino in Enoch this past Saturday. Kelly got his start at Hobbema Glass from 1994 and started his own company “Glaziers Edge” in…

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Samson Cree Nation Celebration 2016

SCN Hosted our Annual Celebration on August 12-14, 2016 at the Bear Park in Ermineskin.  There were 900+ dancers and 20+ drum group and the many visitors from North America that attended this years celebration. Thank You to the Maskwacis Community, Dancers, Singers and Visitors for making SCN Celebration a Success. Congratulation to all Champions for…

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Pow wow at K-Days

Samson Cree Nation was Honored to Support and Co-host with Alexis Nakota Sioux Nation and Northland’s K-Days on July 23, 2016. The Powwow was a 10 day event that began on July 22 to July 31, 2016, which included a theme for each day. We were happy and thankful for all that supported the powwow which is showcasing our indigenous…

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