Big Rock (also known as either Okotoks Erratic or, by the Blackfoot Indians, as Okotok) is a 16,500-tonne (18,200-ton) boulder that is about the size of a two-story house and lies on the otherwise flat, relatively featureless, surface of the Canadian Prairies in Alberta. It is part of the 930-kilometre-long (580 mi) Foothills Erratics Train of typically angular boulders of distinctive quartzite and pebbly quartzite.
McDougall Church at Morley, Alberta, was built in 1875 by Reverend George McDougall. It had long been the desire of George McDougall to open a mission among the Stoney-Nakoda and Blackfoot people of southern Alberta
Walker River Resources road rehabilitation plan submitted to the BLM