Tsuut’ina Nation Relations Committee

Tsuut'ina Nation Relations Committee Reading and Resource List

The Weaselhead: A Shared History

Lakeview and the Tsuut’ina Nation: Neighbours

Tsuu T'ina Nation Series - Part 2



First Nations Speaker Series Kicks Off 



In order to provide opportunities for Lakeview residents to learn more about our Tsuut'ina neighbours, and to continue the process of building bridges with the Nation, the Lakeview Community Association will be inviting special guests to come to the community. These sessions are intended to share knowledge about First Nations culture and history, and maybe even a little about our shared connections.


To kick off our First Nations Speaker Series, we will be hosting guest speaker Hal Eagletail, who has accepted our invitation to come and speak to the community. Don’t miss this chance to hear one of the cultural leaders of the Tsuut’ina Nation talk about the history and culture of the Nation.

The event will be held on Saturday May 6, 10am at the Connect Charter School, 5915 Lewis Dr SW. Entry is free and we look forward to seeing you there! To get in touch, please email us at relationscommittee@lakeviewcommunity.org.

This session has been made possible by a ‘Stepping Stones’ grant generously provided by the Calgary Foundation.


Lakeview/Tsuut’ina Nation Relations Meet & Greet!

Join us at our first Lakeview/Tsuut’ina Nation Relations Meet & Greet!

 The Lakeview Community Association’s Tsuut’ina Nation Relations committee is hosting a Meet & Greet in the new year, and you’re invited!  We’re starting a series of information sessions that will eventually look at our history and future relationships with the Nation, as a way to help strengthen ties with our neighbours. This includes discussions with the Nation and the Community over the proposed developments west of Lakeview.

We’d like to meet residents and hear from the community about the work the committee is doing; let us know what you’d like to see in our future sessions!

The first session is at 10am on Saturday, January 28 at the community hall. 6110 34 St. SW.