New province-wide restrictions announced to slow the spread of COVID-19

Full restrictions here New expanded mandatory measures come into effect Dec. 8 for social gatherings and mandatory masking. All others come into effect at 12:01 a.m., Dec. 13. Social gatherings – immediate All indoor and outdoor social gatherings – public and private – are prohibited. Close contacts are limited to household members only. Individuals who live alone will be allowed up to two close contacts for in-person visiting, with those two people remaining the same for the duration of the restriction period. Festivals, parades, events, concerts, exhibitions, competitions, sport and performance remain prohibited. Masking – immediate The mandatory indoor public masking requirement will be extended provincewide. Public spaces include locations where a business or entity operates and is applicable to...

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CURFEW LIFTED

EFFECTIVE NOVEMBER 4TH, 2020 LEADER-SHIP HAS LIFTED THE CURFEW FOR MONTANA FIRST NATION AND VISITORS ARE PERMITTED ENTRY TO THE COMMUNITY.

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Montana First Nation near completion of mega solar farm

One of the largest on reserve solar farms is months away from beginning operation on the Montana First Nation. Located about an hour south of Edmonton, the solar array has over 12,000 panels and will generate annual revenue of $800.000 for the nation. Source: https://www.aptnnews.ca/national-news/montana-first-nation-near-completion-of-mega-solar-farm/  

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Montana First Nation hosts job fair to get people into the oil and gas industry

Chris Stewart APTN News The Montana First Nation hosted a job fair for people in the community in the hopes of getting people jobs in various industries. More than a dozen companies, mostly in the oil and gas sector, and agriculture came looking for workers – good ones. Adam Hodge from Hodge vegetation was one of them looking for labourers. “This is very exciting to showcase our company to the members of the Nation. To hopefully have a pipeline where we can provide jobs and have good employees and assets in our company as well,” he said. Chief Leonard Standing on the Road says the people in Montana would be a good fit. “We have a lot of graduates now...

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