January 3, 2018

Tsuut’ina’s massive development among several urban initiatives as Indigenous youth flock to cities

Chief says 500-hectare project on Calgary's western edge will help move First Nation through 'dark period'.

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December 28, 2017

‘It brings our community back together’: Tsuut’ina hosts annual Christmas feast

It’s a tradition that Heather Littlelight has known for the past 40 years. Each December, she’s one of more than 900 members from the Tsuut’ina Nation who gather just before the new year for an annual Christmas feast. “Everybody’s cheerful,” said the 63-year-old. “The food’s great.” Tsuut’ina Nation Chief Lee Crowchild cradles his grandson Koha HeavenFire.…

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November 6, 2017

Tsuut’ina development near Calgary Ring Road given ‘amazing’ name

The Taza project to be built on the Tsuut’ina Nation is valued at an estimated $4.5 billion In a word: it’s amazing. The Tsuut’ina Nation has been working with Canderel MDC Development Management Inc. to prepare a 1,200 acre development near the still-under-construction Southwest Ring Road. We now know the name of the development –…

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October 31, 2017

Massive Calgary Taza development valued at $4.5B

A massive commercial real estate development on the Tsuut’ina Nation, bordering Calgary city limits, will be named Taza, it was revealed during the recent Calgary Real Estate Forum. The development is on 1,200 acres of land and will eventually include 17 million square feet with a real estate value in the neighbourhood of $4.5 billion.…

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July 10, 2017

‘This road has symbolic meaning’: Southwest portion of ring road to be named Tsuut’ina Trail

Tsuut’ina’s chief wants all 101 kilometres of Calgary’s still incomplete ring road named after the venerable First Nation on the city’s periphery.  On Monday, the nation, along with its federal, provincial and municipal partners, announced the yet-to-be-completed southwest leg of Stoney Trail – named for the Stoney-Nakoda First Nation west of Calgary – will be named Tsuut’ina…

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