Alberta recently announced the lifting of public measures, and thanks to everyone’s help in slowing the spread of COVID-19 during the recent rise in cases in Fort McKay. Effective 7 pm, Friday (March 11th) we will return to LEVEL 1.
However, the masking requirement on buses and in our public buildings will remain in effect until April 1st, 2022. A second vaccine or booster is still your best protection against COVID-19. If you haven’t had a second dose or booster, please think about it. Call our Health Centre at 780.828.4229 to book a time.
Be patient. Be kind. Be safe.
For further information go to https://www.alberta.ca/covid-19-public-health-actions.aspx
Conway Kootenay reflects on Fort McKay First Nation’s Security Gate, and how it kept the community safe.
Starting November 8th, the COVID-19 booster (3rd shot) will be available to Indigenous people aged 18 and older.
You must wait 6 months after your second shot before you get the COVID-19 booster.
To book an appointment, call our Health Centre at 780.828.4229
Stay safe, Fort McKay.
Under Alberta’s Restrictions Exemption Program, you need to show proof of your COVID-19 vaccine or negative COVID-19 test to access many businesses and services (like transportation, hotels, or restaurants when you travel for medical appointments).
If you live in Fort McKay and need help accessing your COVID-19 vaccine record, please call the Health Centre at 780.828.4229
For the latest information on Alberta’s public health actions on COVID-19, visit:
Congratulations to all winners of a Shot of Hope And A Shot to Win!
All winners were chosen by a computerized random draw.
Thank you to everyone who chose to get the COVID-19 vaccine. Helping to keep yourself, your family, and our community safe is a WIN-WIN-WIN!
RE: COVID-19 Financial Supports for Urban Membership
Treaty 8 First Nations of Alberta are currently assisting their Nations’ Urban membership with financial support up to $500, for undue hardship during the COVID-19 pandemic. Please see link below for more information.
Leading by example, Chief Mel got his #COVID19Vaccine from AHS nurse Stephanie Howse today.
Thanks, Chief Mel for getting the shot to help keep us all safe.
Councillor Powder has been there, done that, and got the T-shirt!
Thanks, Councillor Powder for getting the shot to help keep us all safe.
Fort McKay First Nation’s oldest Elder, Lina Gallop, feels safer after receiving the COVID-19 vaccine this morning. She says she can’t wait for her second shot so she can hug her great-grandchildren. Thank you for this act of love for your family and our community.
If you see unsafe behaviour in our community (like people not wearing masks, breaking curfew, or hosting large gatherings) call our emergency response team at 587.644.4400