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The credible assertion process outlines nine points that if met by a Metis organization commits Alberta to consulting with that Metis organization on Crown land management and resource development.
Minister Nixon’s ill-advised remarks further highlights the need for governments to better understand and respect First Nation Treaty and inherent rights over their traditional territories.” —Alberta Regional Chief Marlene Poitras
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Listen Thursday nights at 10 and Saturdays at 4pm for Conversational Blackfoot. Join Siksika Nation’s Hayden Melting Tallow for a fun interactive half-hour of Blackfoot words, stories, music and lots of laughs! Made possible by the Department of Canadian Heritage.
Voices of Our People features stories and interviews Indigenous people across Alberta. Listen Fridays at 8pm, Wednesday at 6pm and Sunday's 10am. Click the photo to listen to past stories
Listen Saturday mornings at 8 for Conversational Nakoda. Join Alice Kaquitts and Thomas Snow, for a fun interactive half-hour of Nakoda words, stories, music and lots of laughs! Made possible by the Department of Canadian Heritage.
Armond Duck Chief is a country singer/song writer, rodeo cowboy and family man. Born and raised in the Siksika Nation on Blackfoot territory in Southern Alberta, Where he continues to live out his dreams in country music, rodeo and life. He grew up listening to country music legends like George Jones, Hank, and Waylon, who all inspired his passion for country music. Armond began singing country in his early 20’s when he discovered at a karaoke bar that he could carry a note. His cousin/college roommate taught him how to play the guitar and so began his love for writing songs.
Armond’s knack for the old country music is evident in his style of singing. The songs he writes are tales of life, love, and rodeo. Armond currently is a participant in rodeos across North America as a Steer Wrestler. It is through his rodeo life that inspires his cowboy songs about life on the road and chasing his “Gold Buckle Dream.”