Join Tony Snow, our new Curator of Indigenous Content, in our informal Human Library drop-in program to learn more about Îyârhe Nakoda culture, language, and traditions, as well misunderstanding of traditional ecological knowledge.
Tony Snow is an Îyârhe (Stoney) Nakoda Nation member and grew up on Treaty No. 7 land at Morley, Alberta. He is descended from the Treaty 7 signatory Chief Jacob Goodstoney.
Our Human Library program provides a drop-in opportunity for members of the public to meet people who are part of the social and cultural fabric of the Bow Valley to share knowledge and foster a stronger, more connected community.