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Dec 20, 2018

The relationship between Cochrane and Morley has iced over compared to earlier days, according to a renowned Stoney Nakoda First Nation elder Tina Fox. But years ago, Fox said she remembers a time when strong friendships were more common between the two communities.

Back when Cochrane was only first being established and ranchers began setting up their operations, Stoney Nakoda First Nation members were often contracted by ranchers for work.
Rocks were cleared from fields, fence posts were pitched, and other chores completed – for pay – by Stoney members.

Tina Fox recalled the amicable relationship as a “strong friendship,” even though it only was a handful of Nation members that were part of that.

But since Cochrane began modernizing and quickly increasing its population, Fox said those days are long over and a overhaul on relationship building is needed.

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