Special COVID-19 vaccination clinic for children 5+

COVID-19 Children Vaccines Special Clinic Dec 4

COVID-19 vaccines now available for all community members 5 years and older.

We are hosting a special Saturday clinic (December 4, 10:30 am – 4:00 pm) at the Stoney Health Centre. All community members are welcome, particularly children 5-11 and youth 12-17 and their families. 

For parents and caregivers: Alberta Health Services recommends a 2-week delay between the COVID-19 vaccine and any other vaccines for children 5-11 years old.


Saturday, Dec 4
10:30 – 4:00 pm
Walk-ins welcome.

Children are welcome to drop by the daily clinics at the Stoney Health Centre, Mondays thru Fridays, 10:00 am – 3:30 pm.

COVID-19 Children Vaccines Special Clinic Dec 4

Stoney Health and The Power of 100 join forces

The Power of 100

The Power of 100 launches Vaxx Fest at Mînî Thnî Movie Night

Fun and festivities start at 4pm with a craft market
Featuring a double-bill
Luca at 5 pm and Mortal Kombat at 8pm
Join us at the Chiniki Rodeo Grounds

All are welcome. Come out with your families for a great night out. It is a great chance to meet popular Indigenous social media influencers and medical professionals, ask questions and for community members to get vaccinated. There will be prizes, food and loads of fun.

The Power of 100 is an Indigenous-led campaign to increase vaccination rates amongst Indigenous youth, to protect themselves and their communities. Power 100 is a celebration of Indigenous resiliency and action.  

The Power of 100 focuses on the importance of keeping Indigenous communities safe while also celebrating community through live music, engagement with social-media influencers, drive-in movies and other activities. This is a chance to have fun while being in safe environment, organized by Indigenous peoples and doctors for the health of the community. Vaccines will be made available at Power of 100 events for those who would like one. There is no requirement or pressure to have a vaccine.

Check out the image or The Power of 100 | Standing Together to Protect our Future for details.

Get your COVID Vaccination Record Online

COVID vaccination record

Get Your COVID Vaccination Record

Use the express system at alberta.ca/covidrecords to access your COVID-19 immunization record with QR code.

It is fast and easy – no myHealth account is needed.

  • Enter your personal healthcare number, birthdate, and the month and year of vaccination.
  • Download your card and print it out
  • Save it to your phone as a screen shot
This verifiable immunization record with QR code will be the only acceptable form of proof of vaccination for the Restrictions Exemption Program, as of November 15.
Having trouble? There may be up to a 2-week delay to get your online record after you receive your vaccination.

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

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 (jillian.fenton@@stoneyeeducation.ca or 403-710-3393.

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

COVID-19 boosters (3rd doses) now available seniors and immunocompromised

Booster vaccines available

COVID Booster Shots - 3rd dose

Booster COVID-19 vaccines (3rd dose) are now available to Stoney Nakoda members – either seniors living in long-term care facilities or those with immunocompromised conditions, where six months have passed since their second dose.

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.  

Vaccination clinic schedule

Vaccination Squad Schedule

The Stoney Health Vax Squad is offering walk-in vaccinations at the Health Centre.

Monday to Friday
10 am – 3:30 pm
No appointment required. Walk-ins welcome.

Get your 1st, 2nd or 3rd dose of the COVID-19 vaccine (available to First Nations, Inuit and Metis Peoples 18+). 

Children 5-11 years old are now eligible to get their COVID-19 vaccine. No appointment required.

Flu immunizations are offered for babies from 6 months to seniors. 

Getting vaccinated helps protect yourself, your loved ones, Elders and others in the community.