Tony Snow – Indigenous Minister, Chinook Winds Region

Tony Snow is a member of the Stoney Nakoda First Nation and grew up on Treaty No. 7 land at Morley, Alberta, where his father Dr. Rev. Chief John Snow Sr. attended the Morley Indian Residential School. Tony is a Day School Survivor who now works as the Indigenous Minister of the United Church of Canada’s Chinook Winds Region, and is part of the ministry team at Hillhurst United in Calgary. As a Traditional Knowledge Keeper, minister and consultant, Tony has worked for decades in public engagement and government relations, bringing awareness and healing to communities of faith and Indigenous peoples, as a continuation of his father’s work and his grandfather’s work. Above: Morley Indian Residential School – Morley, Alberta For more information about events happening within the Chinook Winds Region during National Indigenous History Month 2021, visit:

One response to “Tony Snow – Indigenous Minister, Chinook Winds Region”

  1. Marg Grisdale says:

    I would like to speak to Rev. Tony Snow. My name us Marg Grisdale. I met him at McDougall United Church. My phone number is 403 251 7018.
    I hope to hear from him soon

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