Leading the Way: Aboriginal People TodayThe current story in the series, presents Joel Ghostkeeper, a chef in Edmonton who, despite adversity, has worked his way to becoming the toast of the city’s culinary community.
Interactive Online Map
To help promote a greater understanding of Aboriginal peoples in Alberta, the Aboriginal Relations website now features an interactive community profiles map, which provides users with basic information on all eight Metis Settlements and 48 First Nations in the province, including location, population, linguistic groups, and tribal affiliation.
The objective of this new publication is to help Albertans gain basic knowledge about First Nations, Métis, and Inuit people in Alberta.
Minister Campbell and Siksika Nation Chief Fred Rabbit Carrier have signed a Memorandum of Understanding committing the Alberta government and Siksika to work together re-building flood-damaged homes on the reserve.
NewsAlberta establishes Aboriginal women’s councils - December 9, 2013
Alberta and Tsuu T’ina sign historic agreement - November 27, 2013
Provincial publication offers information about Aboriginal people - November 20, 2013
Nominate an employer who creates welcoming workplaces - November 8, 2013
Alberta Government and Siksika Nation commit to re-build homes - November 6, 2013
Province improves policing on Metis Settlements - October 3, 2013