Effective tomorrow, Fort McKay is returning to LEVEL 2 in our COVID-19 response.
Please continue to follow all community and public health precautions.
Schedules and sign-up information for limited in-person and outdoor programs/activities at the Youth Center and Wellness Center will be shared with you tomorrow.
For the latest information on COVID-19 in Alberta, visit COVID-19 public health actions | Alberta.ca
Starting today (Monday, September 20th), some businesses will ask for proof of your COVID-19 vaccination in order to access facilities, services, or events. This is part of Alberta’s Restrictions Exemption Program. Learn more about this program, and other public health actions to help protect you and Alberta’s health system, here:
|COVID-19 public health actions | Alberta.ca
Alberta has declared a state of public health emergency. COVID-19 cases and hospitalizations continue to rise, largely in unvaccinated Albertans. New measures to protect the health care system, stop the spread, and increase vaccination rates come into effect starting September 16. Getting vaccinated …
You can get a printed or electronic copy of your Alberta Vaccine Record by clicking this link: https://www.albertavaccinerecord.ca/#/
|Alberta Vaccine Record Service
Generate a printable copy of your COVID-19 vaccination via this service.
If you have any problems accessing your COVID-19 vaccine record, please call our Health Centre at 780.828.4229
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 employees and contractors required to work on-site in the community of Fort McKay must submit a daily screening form before going to work.
The daily COVID-19 online screening form is another way we can work together to help keep each other and the community 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