The Blood Reserve School Bus Coop has been safely transporting Blood Tribe students to schools on and off the Reserve for the past 52 years. In 1966 the School Bus Coop was formed with approximately 12 members, however, today the Coop has grown to 38 members. Currently, there are 66 Co-op buses registered with the Province of Alberta.These buses are responsible for student transportation services for approximately 65 routes throughout the Blood Indian Reserve with end destinations for 5 school divisions in southern Alberta. 



 Vision Statement 

Credible, independent and reliable school student transportation system.


 Mission Statement 

To provide a safe, effective and reliable school bus transportation for eligible students. 



To provide the most efficient method of transportation for school children who are residents of the Blood Reserve to and from the appropriate school (K - 12).