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Piikani Nation Community Update – Removal Appeals Board

In our Community Update dated October 26, 2020, Piikani Nation Chief and Com1cil advised that
we had received a petition for the removal of Councillor Brian Jackson from Council. Pursuant to
the Election Bylaw, Chief and Council referred the petition to the Piikani Nation Removal Appeals
Board for deter1mination. In addition, effective September 30, 2020, Councillor Jackson was
suspended from Cuncil pending a final decision from the Removal Appeals Board. This
suspension was effective for any positions Councillor Jackson held on any Piikani Nation
Committees or with respect to any Piikani Nation corporations, and any other role he held by virtue
of being a Councillor.

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July 7, 2021
Re: Residential Schools Missing Children

Piikani Nation Chief and Counsel recognize that there are plenty of questions with respect to potential unmarked graves around the old residential schools. We want members of our Nation to know that we are dedicating significant time and resources to this issue. We will keep the membership notified during all stages of this process. ­

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Grassy Mountain Steelmaking Coal Project

June 11, 2021
Oki Piikani Nation Members,
To the People of Piikani Nation, Piikani Nation Chief and Council have been working behind the scenes to develop a comprehensive frequently asked question document related to the Grassy Mountain Steelmaking Coal Project and Piikani Nation’s continued support for it. Below you will find a robust and comprehensive document that begins to answer many of the questions the People of Piikani Nation have been asking about this project. Included are answers related lo the environment, the consultation process, and the benefits of the project that Piikani Nation will receive.

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October 26, 2020 PIIKANI NATION PUBLIC NOTICE

A petition for the removal of Councillor Brian Jackson from Council was received by Chief and Council. The petition included extensive evidence that was considered carefully by Chief and Council. Pursuant to the Election Bylaw, Chief and Council have referred the petition to the Piikani Nation Removal Appeals Board for a decision as to whether Councillor Jackson should be removed as councillor.

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Important Information about Gowlings Day School Survivors

Important Information about Gowlings Day School Survivors

Notice of Certification and Settlement APPROVAL PROCESS

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