- Ktunaxa acquire valuable historical records
- A collection of valuable records ranging from 1867 to 1916 have recently been acquired by the Ktunaxa Nation Council Archives in Cranbrook.
- Mr. Joseph recognized for literacy efforts
- Cheers to the Toby Creek Nordic Club for another wonderful year of cross-country ski lessons. We all looked forward to our Wednesday afternoons with you. Cheers also to Panorama for letting us enjoy your beautiful trails.
- Reconciliation in Ktunaxa Territory
- College of the Rockies' Indigenous Speaker Series continues on Thursday, February 25 with a presentation by Sophie Pierre entitled Reconciliation in Ktunaxa Territory. Pierre, who led the St. Mary's Band for 26 years as Chief, has always been a strong ...
- Ktunaxa take Jumbo dispute to top court
- The appeal court's ruling mean's that the province did not violate the Ktunaxa's Charter rights, saw no problem with B.C.
- New apps aim to help revitalize Ktunaxa language
- "The Ktunaxa language is critically endangered with less than 30 fluent speakers left in Canada.
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