To create employment and economic activity to benefit the Chiniki First Nation, while generating awareness and understanding of the rich Indigenous culture in Alberta.
To provide authentic Indigenous food, respectful and accurate exhibits, and experiences that showcase Chiniki culture to the world.
The Chiniki First Nation cooperates with the other Stoney Nakoda nations in the management of reserve lands and common services, including social services, health, youth, education and administration. The Chiniki First Nation operates the Chiniki Development Corporation as a way to partner and create additional opportunities for its people. With opportunity, comes employment and hope for the future. The Chiniki Cultural Centre is a project that combines the pride of the nation's culture in a venture offering a quality tourism experience.
The Chiniki First Nation has a proud history. One of the three Stoney Nakoda First Nations, each signatories of Treaty 7, the Chiniki are proud of their roots and traditions. The Chiniki First Nation is led by its Chief and Councillors, and similar modern municipal governance, employs professional executives to manage its affairs.