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Welcome to

Goodstoney
First

Nation

Upcoming Commercial development

Aktakiyebi Wida

(“A coming together of peoples.”)

Gas & Take-Out

construction has started, June 2022

Building A is presently an open space and the leasee can determine what space they require as there are no permanent interior walls. Will accommodate leasee requirements. Please see layouts for more information and details.

Building B Main Floor is for a coffee/pastry/ etc. and is a prime retail location. Please see layouts for more information and details.

Please click the More Information button below for a brochure about the development.

Contact Information

Phone: 403-826-5968

Email: info@goodstoneynation.ca
Goodstoney MEadows

Brief History

A natural gathering place for the Stoney Nakoda people since time immemorial, Goodstoney Meadows was a traditional spring meeting place for Stoney families and clans returning from winter camp. Here they enjoyed meeting again after the long cold, winter months, coming together as a community to feast, tell stories and celebrate the arrival of spring and the warm Chinook winds.

Situated on Stoney traditional territory the Meadows was also the site of  horseracing, sports day events and many ceremonies including the sacred Sundance.

Nestled in the cradle of the Rocky Mountains, this special place, blessed by the Creator, continues to speak to the hearts of all who visit.

Meet our

Chief and Council

Councilor

Shane Crawler

Councilor

Hank Snow

Chief

Clifford Poucette

Councilor

Krista Hunter

Councilor

Rufus Twoyoungmen