Chief says 500-hectare project on Calgary’s western edge will help move First Nation through ‘dark period’
By Ian Bickis, The Canadian Press, Jan 3, 2018
Bulldozers and excavators are cutting a broad swath through the reserve land of the Tsuut’ina in southwest Calgary as part of a transformative project gets underway.
The push to finish the city’s ring road has meant a $340.7-million payment to the First Nation for the land, and has helped create opportunities for economic reconciliation, said Lee Crowchild, chief of the Tsuut’ina. Read the rest of this entry