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Indigenous Alberta

Historical first for Frog Lake First Nation library

Historical first for Frog Lake First Nation library

Access to Indigenous knowledge is growing across Alberta, from libraries to online book reviews.
The Story Of Tee Pee Treats Indigenous Cuisine: A journey of perseverance and love

The Story Of Tee Pee Treats Indigenous Cuisine: A journey of perseverance and love

Originally from Whitefish Lake First Nation, Curtis Cardinal is the owner and founder of Tee Pee Treats Indigenous Cuisine located in Edmonton.
Saddle Lake celebrates Health and Harvest Fair

Saddle Lake celebrates Health and Harvest Fair

For the first time in two years, Saddle Lake held its annual Health and Harvest Fair on Sept. 22, in celebration of the end of summer and the start of autumn.
Stoney Nakoda First Nation member calls Pope's apology incomplete

Stoney Nakoda First Nation member calls Pope's apology incomplete

Wildman said she believes the apology was incomplete in more ways than one and that Stoney Nakoda First Nation wasn’t represented without mention of the United Church, or any of the other many denominations of Christianity responsible for their role in residential schools and colonization.
Morley students create clothing company to highlight Stoney language and culture

Morley students create clothing company to highlight Stoney language and culture

A group of Morley Community School students are putting Stoney expressions to create an original clothing line that doubles as a point of cultural pride.
Commemorating National Indigenous History Month

Commemorating National Indigenous History Month

National Indigenous History Month in Canada features events and celebrations. Check your local area for what's planned.
Barrhead now flies the Treaty 6 flag

Barrhead now flies the Treaty 6 flag

Relationship between Town of Barrhead and Alexis Nakota Sioux Nation strengthened during acknowledgement ceremony
'Always hope': Remains of Cree woman sent home to Alberta decades after disappearance

'Always hope': Remains of Cree woman sent home to Alberta decades after disappearance

Violet Soosay's search for her missing aunt began four decades ago. The pursuit took her to parts of Alberta and B.C. and down paths of uncertainty as weeks, months and years passed without word of Shirley Ann Soosay.
Fawn Wood and Brett Kissel win big at Junos

Fawn Wood and Brett Kissel win big at Junos

For Northern Alberta singer, Fawn Wood, attending her first Juno Awards event was nothing short of surreal.
Investigation work moves ahead at former Blue Quills Sacred Heart site

Investigation work moves ahead at former Blue Quills Sacred Heart site

Records point to at least 212 students dying at a residential school that operated from 1898-1931 in Saddle Lake, in Northern Alberta, according to those leading an investigation.