Getting your COVID Vaccination Records

Get Your COVID Vaccination Record

Use the express system at to access your card-sized COVID-19 vaccination record.

It is fast and easy – no account needed. Enter your personal healthcare number, birthdate, and the month and year of vaccination. Download your card and print it out or save it to your phone.

Having trouble? There may be a delay for some records as Stoney Health Services integrates its records with Alberta Health Services.

If you are experiencing problems:

  • Call 811 to request that a copy by mailed to you.
  • For immediate use, the initial paperwork that was provided at the time of your 1st/2nd dose vaccination is proof of vaccination.
  • Call Stoney Health at 403-881-3920 and our staff can help retrieve your record. Note: we are experiencing a high call volume/requests so you may experience some delays in attaining your record.

Important: Once you get your vaccination record, please keep it handy for future use. Isniyes!

Note: COVID-19 vaccination records may take up to two weeks to show on both and MyHealthRecords. It depends on when and how the health practitioner inputs the information after administering the vaccine.  

School COVID Vaccination Program

Morley Community School COVID Vaccination Clinics

COVID-19 vaccination rates among Morley students are very low. To help prevent the virus’ spread and keep kids healthy and in school, getting a COVID vaccine for anyone 12+ is recommended.

The Morley Community School nurse is offering vaccine clinics to all students 12+ (born in 2009 or earlier).

Parents and caregivers check out the COVID Vaccine Information provided below and consider returning the signed vaccination consent form as soon as possible. You may also provide verbal consent directly to School Nurse Jillian Fenton ( or 403-710-3393.

Note: Students 18 and under cannot get vaccinated without parent or guardian consent.

COVID-19 boosters now available

Booster vaccines available

Booster COVID-19 vaccines are now available to Stoney Nakoda members – either seniors living in long-term care facilities or those with immunocompromised conditions.

Receiving a third dose will boost immunity levels and improve protection for those eligible.

Immunocompromising conditions that qualify:

  • Transplant recipients
  • Individuals with chronic kidney disease who are receiving regular dialysis
  • Individuals in active cancer treatment (chemotherapy, immunotherapy or targeted therapies) excluding those receiving only hormonal therapy, radiation therapy or surgery
  • People taking medication for certain autoimmune conditions

In addition, mRNA doses (Pfizer and Moderna) will be made available to Albertans who are traveling to a jurisdiction that does not accept
visitors who have been vaccinated with Covishield /AstraZeneca or mixed doses.

Get Vaccinated

Get Vaccinated

After a few weeks of zero positive COVID cases in our community, we now have 6 cases. The need to increase our vaccination rate is more important than ever as there are reported cases of the Delta variant in Morley. Delta spreads easily between people and may lead to more serious outcomes than other versions of COVID-19. In order to protect ourselves and our community, we need to be fully vaccinated.

Vaccines gives us a high level of protection from serious illness and death from COVID-19 variants, including Delta. The more people are vaccinated, the less opportunity the virus has to spread and develop new variants.


Morley COVID Vaccination Information - August 2021

Our vaccination rate in Morley is very low in comparison to Alberta and Canada. Currently, nation members with ONE DOSE of vaccine is currently 63.9% and the goal is have at least 80% vaccinated with at least one dose. Only 17.5% of nation members between the ages of 12 and 17 have one dose. 46.4% of adults 18 years and older have one dose.

Nation members with TWO DOSES of vaccine is currently 46.6% and the goal is have at least 80% vaccinated. Only 10.6% of nation members between the ages of 12 and 17 have one dose. 36% of adults 18 years and older have one dose.

Encourage family members to get fully vaccinated.  

Fitness Centre Reopens

Fitness Centre

Come Train With Us!

The Stoney Health Fitness Centre reopens to the community starting Monday, August 9.

Hours: 12: 00 – 4:00 pm
Open weekdays, except holidays
Bearspaw Youth Centre, 2nd floor

The Stoney Health Services Fitness Centre remains open and is unaffected by the latest public health guidelines announced September 15.

The guidelines state that “Indoor one-on-one training and solo activities are allowed with 3 metre physical distancing.”

The Fitness Centre has a maximum capacity of 3 people (plus 1 staff). Physical distancing is required at all times as well as continuous masking and sanitizing.

The Fitness Centre is open Monday to Friday from 12:00-4:00 and is open to all community members.

COVID Safety Measures in Place to Help Keep the Community Healthy and Safe

  • Reduced capacity. Limit of THREE (3) gym users at one time.  (+ 1 staff)
  • Masks required. Everyone must wear masks at all times. (Please consider low-intensity exercises.)
  • A COVID questionnaire must be completed prior to entering the gym. If you have COVID symptoms, please stay home and contact Stoney Health Services to get a COVID-19 test.
  • Space ventilation. Air conditioning or windows open depending on temperatures/air quality.
  • Hand sanitizer use and frequent cleaning/sanitizing of all equipment.
  • Bring your own water.
  • Change rooms are available for use.

COVID vaccination clinic schedule

Vaccination Squad Schedule

The Stoney Health Vax Squad is popping up around the community all summer long, offering walk-in vaccinations at the Health Centre, and stopping by your home to do vaccinations by appointment.

Our vaccination squad offers weekly Walk-in Vaccination Clinics on Tuesdays and Thursdays at the Stoney Health Centre from 11 am – 4 pm. No appointment required.

Get your 1st, 2nd or 3rd dose (available to people with immunocompromised conditions) so we can all get back to normal together.

At-home Vaccinations

If you prefer to get your vaccination at home, our Vaccination Squad will drop by your home and offer COVID vaccinations to all eligible family members. Appointments are required. Call 403-881-3920.

1st, 2nd or 3rd dose vaccinations are available to all Nation members 12+.  Fully vaccinated? Drop by for your Proof of Vaccination Card.

Public Health Measures Continue on Reserve July 1

Public Health Restrictions Continue in Morley

While the Alberta Government is removing most public health measures on July 1, a slower, more cautious, approach is being taken on the Stoney Nakoda First Nation in Morley

July 1 will see Alberta’s final stage of its Open for Summer plan kick off with the removal of public health measures, including a ban on indoor gatherings and the lifting of mandatory mask wearing in most indoor spaces.

While provincial restrictions are easing, in Morley and area all public health restrictions remain at level ‘Red‘ with a high risk of transmission. 

Restrictions, including mask wearing indoors, will remain in place until there is a decline in the community’s active COVID cases AND at least 70% of Nation members get vaccinated. Refer to image of Three Risk Levels to understand the requirements for each level.

The best decision for the community is for as many community members 12+ to get vaccinated. Encourage family, friends and clients to all do their part to help us #GetBackToNormal!

COVID-19 Vaccine Clinics

Stoney First Nations Vaccine Clinics

Getting vaccinated in one of the best and most effective ways of preventing the spread of COVID-19 and protecting our community’s most vulnerable. Many people shared their own personal reasons for getting vaccinated – some shared similar stories, while others had travel, connecting with family and getting back to normal at the top of mind. Check out this vaccine video series! 

Stoney Health Services hosted several vaccine clinics throughout April welcoming eligible community members to get first doses of the COVID-19 vaccine.

Chiniki Councillor Jordie Mark

September Daniels

Deanna Goodstoney

Lionel Crowspreadhiswings

Shylance Twoyoungmen

Stoney Education Authority's Cherith Mark

Donna Eddison

Stoney Health Service's Wendy Thatcher

Kind Words of Support from neighbouring Banff Hospital Staff

Kind words from Banff Mineral Springs Hospital staff to all Stoney Nakoda people. 

Watch the video

 “To the residents of Stoney Nakoda First Nation, On behalf of Mineral Springs Hospital, we want to extend our deepest well wishes to you all. The battle with COVID is brutal; it is a lonely struggle at times and we want you to know we are here to help in any way we can. You are not alone! We are praying for a swift recovery for those ill and strength for those providing care for their loved ones. You are resilient, and there will be beautiful days ahead. You are in our prayers.” – Margie Smith, Site Administrator

COVID-19 Drive-thru Testing Schedule for February

COVID-19 Drive-thru Testing Schedule in February

  • Drive-thru testing site will be open for the next two Saturdays from 12-3pm. ( Feb. 6, Feb. 13)
  • Results will be followed up by Stoney Health Services staff on the next business day, Monday the 8th and Tuesday the 16th.
  • Reminder to isolate as directed after testing and/OR  after receiving text from AHS of positive results.
  • Drive-thru testing will be open Monday-Friday from 11:00-3:30 pm until further notice.

COVID Drive-thru Testing Weekdays

Testing Monday thru Friday, 11:30 am - 12:00 pm until further notice at the Centax Gas Station.

COVID Drive-thru Testing Weekends

Testing available Saturdays (Feb. 6 & 13) from 12 - 3:00 p.m. at the Centex Gas Station.

Thank you to Canmore and Area Family Resource Network

Thank you Cochrane FRN

Thank you to Canmore FRN & Community

The Stoney Family Resource Network would like to thank the following for donating items to the Stoney Nakoda First Nation.
– Canmore community members
The kindness and items donated are greatly appreciated during our current state of emergency.
Items donated include feminine hygiene products, diapers, food, soaps, shampoo etc. Canmore community members also donated $1,000 to the Eagles Nest.