Tours

Book a tour with Old Sun Community College:

Old Sun Community College provides tours to the public and invites you to learn about the rich history of the college and the Siksika Nation. Home to over 7800 members, Siksika Nation is part of the Blackfoot Confederacy and is one of five First Nations that entered into Treaty 7 in 1877 with Her Majestry the Queen of the British Crown and the newly formed Canada.

The newcomers of Canada brought much change to the Blackfoot Confederacy including the introduction of Indian Residential Schools. The current building that Old Sun Community College calls home was originally built as a residential school. Operated by the Canadian Government and the Anglican Church, Old Sun Residential School served as a dayschool and boarding school for many students between 1931 to 1970.

In 1971, Old Sun Community College was established into a First Nations College and took over the building and transformed it into a lifelong learning institute that offers a variety of courses, programs and opportunities for all learners. We invite you to visit Old Sun Community College.

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HOURS OF OPERATION: MONDAY TO FRIDAY 8:00 AM TO 4:30 PM (CLOSED ON HOLIDAYS)

ADMISSION: A fee is charged for all tours. For more information or to book a tour please fill out our request form below: