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 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.  

Share Traditions. Not the Flu. Get Immunized.

Vaccination Squad Schedule

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

Weekdays, except stat holidays
10 am – 3:30 pm
Book an appointment or drop-in

Flu season is upon us again. By keeping the number of influenza cases and outbreaks low, we can help protect ourselves, as well as the more vulnerable populations such as Elders and young children.

We encourage everyone to take action and get the flu shot this year. 

COVID Vaccinations

Children 6 mos and older are eligible to get a COVID vaccine. Vaccines are available at the Stoney Health Centre.

Bivalent COVID Vaccines Now Available

The Moderna Bivalent BA.1 vaccine is available as an additional booster dose option for anyone 18 years of age and older. We encourage everyone to get their influenza immunization and — if they are eligible – a COVID-19 bivalent booster dose at the same time. 

Drop by the Health Centre, weekdays from 10 am – 3:30 pm. 

It is recommended to wait at least five months after last dose, and at least five months after a COVID-19 infection before receiving the Bivalent BA.1 vaccine booster dose. This vaccine triggers a stronger immune response and provides additional protection against both Omicron and the original SARS-CoV-2 virus strain.

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

Indigenous Services Canada message to Stoney FN community – March 5, 2021

March 8, 2021

Dear Stoney Community Members,

This notice is to advise community members that if you’ve attended any gatherings in the past 10 days you may have been exposed to the COVID-19 virus. Indigenous Services Canada, Alberta Region (ISC-AB) is working closely with Stoney Health Services to ensure contact tracing can continue and testing is available to all of those at risk.

20210305 Stoney Community Letter
Indigienous Services Canada - letter to Stoney Nakoda FN, March 8, 2021

If you are experiencing signs and symptoms of COVID-19 such as a fever, cough, shortness of breath, nasal symptoms, loss of smell or taste, or are feeling unwell or unusually tired, please visit the Stoney Car Wash between 11:00am and 3:30pm, Monday through to Friday, to get tested. For a complete list of COVID-19 symptoms please visit or call Health Link at 811. If you are experiencing any of the symptoms related to COVID-19 you MUST get tested and self-isolate for 10 days after the onset of symptoms, and until your symptoms are resolved (whichever is longer). Under no circumstances should you leave your property during self-isolation.

In order to limit the spread of COVID-19 we ask that all members please:

    1. Cooperate with the health professionals conducting case management and contact tracing efforts to ensure timely and effective communicable disease control measures;
    2. Immediately self-isolate and contact the health centre if you have any symptoms of COVID-19;
    3. Wear a mask and practice good hand hygiene; and
    4. Continue to avoid non-essential travel, limit contacts to your immediate household and do not attend any gatherings (indoor or outdoor).

We understand that this is a difficult time but continued adherence to all public health guidelines is important in limiting the spread of COVID-19. Full information on all current public health measures can be found on the Alberta Health website here: health-measures.aspx.

The health and safety of Morley community members remains our top priority. We remain committed to working with leadership during this very difficult time.


Dr. Wadieh Yacoub, Senior Medical Officer of Health, ISC-AB

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 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.

COVID-19 Vaccine Rollout Begins for Stoney Nakoda Community

COVID-19 Vaccines are rolling out to the Stoney Nakoda community

January 13, 2021 – Small batches of COVID-19 vaccines have started arriving for the Stoney Nakoda community. These vaccines will be distributed in a phased distribution schedule (detailed below) as determined by Alberta Health Services. 

Stoney Tribal Council Chiefs and administration have been in dialogue with provincial health officials to discuss the rollout and secure vaccines for the community. 

  • Health-care workers in intensive care units
  • Staff in long-term care and designated supportive living facilities
  • Home care workers
  • Health-care workers in emergency departments
  • All residents of long-term care and designated supportive living, regardless of age
  • Health-care workers in COVID-19 units, medical and surgical units, and operating rooms
  • Paramedics and emergency medical technicians

Health care professionals are at a high risk of contracting and spreading COVID-19 to patients, each other and within the community. We will vaccinate Stoney Health Services staff to ensure that they are protected and can better serve the health and wellness needs of Stoney Nakoda members.

  • As soon as vaccines arrive, Stoney Nakoda elders and seniors 65+ will be contacted and invited to get vaccinated.
  • Vaccines are not mandatory and it is the choice of each person to get vaccinated. 
  • Stoney Health Services will provide guidance to ensure each person has the necessary information to make an informed decision for their family.

Vaccine distribution is limited by supply. The Stoney Nakoda community will be informed as the vaccine distribution plan unfolds. More details in the coming weeks.