"The one thing that we did not want was another report, What we wanted was an action document."
"September 30 is a day to recognize the survivors and victims of residential schools, acknowledge the painful impacts of colonialism on Indigenous people and continue to advance the process of reconciliation"
“Healing gatherings firmly grounded in Indigenous culture provide an added level of support, comfort and care for survivors and families. Alberta’s government is proud to support this project, and we thank the YWCA for being allies in this work led by Indigenous women.” - Rick Wilson, Minister of Indigenous Relations
Enbridge Inc. has signed a deal to sell a minority stake in seven pipelines in the Athabasca region of northern Alberta to a group of 23 First Nation and Metis communities for $1.12 billion.
The stamps will be released on September 29th
Alberta's provincial court has unveiled a new Indigenous justice strategy after two years of discussions with First Nations and Metis leaders.
More ambulances added to both Edmonton and Calgary
"The signs are the first of their kind in Canada"
In the past five years, 65 per cent of those with graduated licences did not take the second advanced road test.
Grey was wanted on a warrant for murder
This November, many of the nearly 56,000 citizens of the MNA who are aged 16 and over will be able to vote in person, by mail, or online on this historic constitution
One of three scouts hired by the Winnipeg Jets on Wednesday is from Treaty Six Territory.
Edmonton preparing to host Canada's next two FIBA World Cup qualifying home games in November.
Saturday, Sept 24th, suspect Brenon Blake Grey was spotted armed riding a stolen quad.
“The objective of the changes are meant to reduce red tape and also cut costs for Albertans and businesses without cutting the safety aspects of the program,” said Alberta Transportation Minister Prasad Panda
Both men were from Edmonton
The show stars Game of Thrones actors Pedro Pascal and Bella Ramsey. No specific release date has been shared by HBO, but it will be premiering sometime in 2023
“The grand opening event is all about thanking and acknowledging everyone who has contributed towards making this dream a reality,” said Juanita Marois, CEO, Métis Crossing
Gloria Gladue, a member of Bigstone Cree Nation, disappeared in 2015
“Due to the quick thinking of security and RCMP, no one else was injured and operations at the airport were not affected,” RCMP media relations officer Cpl. Gina Slaney
Grey, 30, is wanted on a first-degree murder charge for the July 26 death of Romeo Flett
$70.6 million will be invested to connect more than 10,400 homes across the province to high-speed internet
“We know many Red Deerians are looking for ways to learn more and participate in a journey of reconciliation with the Indigenous community,” said Bobby-Jo Stannard, Community Development Superintendent. “We have partnered with local Indigenous Knowledge Keepers to re-launch the Orange Ribbon Campaign to offer people a way to express their grief and solidarity with the Indigenous community.”
The Siksika Nation will be taking over policing responsibilities from the Alberta RCMP.
"By ordering keepsakes for their family, friends, or colleagues, Canadians can humbly wear it as a way to signal that they stand with Survivors and remember the children who never returned"
“I encourage everyone across the region to pause and reflect on the legacy of the residential school system and the impact it has on Indigenous Peoples and communities, including right here in this region,” said Mayor Sandy Bowman. “It’s important we recognize and acknowledge this on September 30, while remaining committed to listening, learning and taking positive action towards reconciliation each and every day in the months and years ahead.”
With the price of oil dropping, the Alberta government is reinstating its fuel tax in October.
A 25-year-old woman is dead after being hit by a pickup truck on Highway 58 near Dene Tha' First Nation.
A medallion given to the Athabasca Chipewyan First Nation after the signing of Treaty 8 has made its way home.
A Conklin resident has been arrested and charged with indignity to human remains after the body of another man was discovered in the remains of a travel trailer.
An Australian coal company has filed a lawsuit over damages it says it sustained when coal mining was halted by the Alberta government.
The Aboriginal Business Investment Fund helps Indigenous community-owned businesses capitalize on business development opportunities to improve socio-economic outcomes.
Gerald Kuehl was in Winnipeg taking photo's at Manito Ahbee for his visions of sharing Indigenous culture and stories through his pencil drawings
If you are a former residential school student in distress, or have been affected by the residential school system and need help, you can contact the 24-hour Indian Residential Schools Crisis Line at 1-866-925-4419, or the Indian Residential School Survivors Society toll free line at 1-800-721-0066.
With hopes of re-connecting with her Indigenous background, Kendra has started to create Dreamcatchers.
“I’m so proud of the jersey and what the game has turned into, all aspects, I always say it’s more than just a hockey game,” - Siksika Health CEO, Dr. Tyler White.
Bonnie McGilvery Pasqua is the creator of the group and would like to tell her story through Moccasins
Gail Taylor hopes to make an impact with those battling addictions with her music
Heading into the 2022-2023 school year, Edmonton public students will have National Indigenous Peoples Day off.
The 2021 awards show took place in London Ontario and the 2020 event was held virtually
The pipeline would transport gas from Dawson Creek to Kitimat on the coast
Alberta is doing their part to help out with the current floods happening west of the province in British Columbia
Those who do not have a smart device or choose not to create their digital code can get a paper copy from a local registry agent office or by calling 811
The printable vaccine card won't be available until September 19th, the government first told the public it'd be available on September 16th
Paulina Alexis plays the character Willie Jack on Reservation Dogs
Use #Soarabovestigma to share your story
It gets started on August 23rd
A system is in place to prevent Albertans from making more than one booking online or through 8-1-1