The only situation where a reserve is on the edge of as city that I can think of is the Oka reserve in Montreal. Usually way from the urban areas. This definitely a win-win. I know people don't want more sprawl, but it's going to happen somewhere around the city. Having it at the reserve will be good for the Tsuu t'ina nation. I believe in the past the government was not letting reserves use the land to run profitable businesses,but i see other reserves developing the land so that must have changed.This is unique situation. I don't know of another major city in Canada that has a first nation reserve right on it's border. Perhaps in the lower mainland of B.C. with the population expansion there. This was not possible without the ring road agreement. It is a 'win-win'. People living on the SW edge of Calgary will have more services close by and the Tsuu t'ina will generate revenue from all of that.