The intent of this publication is to help Albertans gain awareness and understanding of Aboriginal people in the province.
To help promote a greater understanding of Aboriginal peoples in Alberta, the Aboriginal Relations website 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.
Premier Notley and Minister Ganley statement on completion of the Truth and Reconciliation CommissionThe Government of Alberta respects the work of the Truth and Reconciliation Commission of Canada to bring light to a dark chapter in Canadian history.
The campaign asks men and boys to wear moose hide swatches to show their support for the elimination of violence against Aboriginal women and to honour the women and girls in their lives. See news release.
The Northern Alberta Development Council champions the cause of Alberta's northern economies and communities by exploring opportunities for growth, and developing programs and services to facilitate this growth.
NewsAlberta seeks renewed relationship with First Nations, Metis and Inuit peoples of Alberta - Jun. 22, 2015
Province celebrates National Aboriginal Day - Jun. 18, 2015
Actions underway to improve well-being of Aboriginal women - Mar. 25, 2015