Saturday, July 4 will be the first doubleheader for the SS short summer series starting at 11 a.m., this will take place at the Strathmore AG Grounds arena
Stampede Park will be closed to the public for the event, as the entire Stampede grounds will be utilized for the fireworks display
Construction began on the 190.8-metre structure on Feb. 19, 1967. It opened it's doors to the public on June 30, 1968
The pilot launched on June 25th testing out a swiss drone to deliver viral live test swabs to urban centers
“People tend to be more open and trusting because they know you’re First Nation or Indigenous, so they let their guard down.” —Legal Aid Alberta staff lawyer Grace Auger
“We would like to thank the community for keeping the stampede spirit shining in 2020, we hope there’s a little taste of Stampede for everyone this year, until we can gather together again in 2021,"
Rebecca Ann Yvette Raweater has been remanded into custody and is expected in Siksika Nation provincial court on July 2
Visit YouthEmploymentCentre.ca to book your free remote session
Siksika Nations Adrian Stimson's concept "Kawa’pomahkaiks – Animals That Roam the Prairie" is one of the installations that will pay homage to the animals that once roamed in the area before the Greater Forest Lawn area was developed"
“We blame the patient for who they are and say that the person is dysfunctional and that’s why they’re in this state. But it’s more complicated than that.” — Dr. Lynden Crowshoe
This death comes following the deaths of three girls in their mid-teens on the St. Mary River a week earlier
Every year, NWAC hands out the Helen Bassett Commemorative Award to four young Indigenous women, Two-Spirit, or gender-diverse students in the amount of $1,000 each.
Learn how to create stories that are memorable and captivating
New additions to exhibition will honour Indigenous artists including Northern Haze, Charlie Panigoniak, and Kinnie Starr
Paul Brandt, T. Buckley, Bebe Buckskin among Calgary acts performing virtual concert for stay-at-home Canada Day celebrations
“In the last few weeks, things have started to look up for a lot of people, but that said, we also know that far too many Canadians are still struggling. If you’re having troubles finding a job, you shouldn’t also be worrying about whether you’ll hit the limit of your CERB benefits.”
Please call 311, if you are experiencing water issues in your home, related to last evening’s rainfall.
“Our elders are our most precious resource and we ask that you respect their homes and their space, they are a vulnerable population and could experience complications easily.”
Elder and former Councillor Francis Butch Wolf leg has organized a Solidarity March that will take place Monday June 8th starting at Siksika Trail Market
Environment Canada says a landspout tornado touched down just after 10 a.m. Wednesday.
The province continues to support flood response efforts in Fort McMurray and Mackenzie County.
Producers are looking for Indigenous, First Nations, Inuit or Metis men and women who want an unforgettable experience as they live for 30 days in the bush
166 events, including the Calgary Stampede, Canada Day festivities, concerts and the Folk Music Festival are cancelled
"Chief and Council understand that this may cause an inconvenience to some. However, we must take all steps to prevent COVID 19 from being brought in from the high-risk zone of Calgary. This is a first approach on protecting our borders,"
The Navajo Nation has been hit harder by the coronavirus than any other Native American tribe
“Although this news may feel disheartening, the fact remains that our Nations have done an amazing job at limiting the spread of COVID-19 through our communities,” - Bearspaw Chief Darcy Dixon
The cancellation is the first in the history of the Calgary Stampede since it became an annual event in 1923
The 511 Alberta map will be updated frequently but drivers are encouraged to call the business ahead of time to ensure they are still in service
“We held out hope for as long as we could, but consulting with other festivals and other people in the music world, as well as the health authorities and people in government, we couldn’t do it in a safe manner and it’s so important for us to keep our folk festival community safe."
The free plans include unlimited nationwide talk and text and 3GB of data per month
RCMP are continuing to investigate
Alberta Parks is suspending and refunding camping reservations up to and including May 19
The zoo hasn’t had any visitors since March 16, a day after the City of Calgary declared a state of local emergency, and that means a significant shortfall in cashflow to cover the $550,000/month bill to feed the animals
The summer event was scheduled to run from July 31 to August 8 across several venues in Calgary
The Annual pow wow was postponed three weeks ago due to the COVID-19 pandemic
Parks Canada will not be taking new reservations until at least June 1 and all reservations set prior to May 31 will be automatically cancelled and refunded in full
Community support is available Monday to Friday from 9 a.m. until 4 p.m. For more information about the services provided by the Task Force, call 403-370-6422.
"These are challenging times. Like the rest of the world we are following this global concern day by day and evaluating our options as specific scenarios are presented."
The infected employee at 17 Ave SE in Forest Lawn hasn't been in the restaurant since a shift on April 5 between 12:30 and 8 p.m.
Due to COVID-19, organizers are holding this year’s event online! We may not be able to gather physically but we can still celebrate the diversity and rich culture of the Indigenous people of Canada together. Chosen video submissions will be integrated into live streamed events or featured on social media during Aboriginal Awareness Week.
Premier Jason Kenney said Alberta's goal is to reach 20,000 COVID-19 tests per day
Dion Ray Mitchell was remanded into custody and is scheduled to appear in High Prairie Provincial Court on April 20.
"As a direct descendant of the Great Chief Crowfoot, I am pleased that the regalia will be returned to its rightful home, the Siksika Nation, the Great Chief’s spirit can rest easy once all his belonging are gathered from the four corners of Mother Earth and returned back to his home"
"We are living in a difficult time, and if the Calgary Fire Department can help in a small way by bringing a smile to the face of birthday celebrants – both young and old – then we are happy to do so.”
With the exception of a couple of select titles, Sony says most of its major movie premieres have been moved from 2020 to 2021 due to the COVID-19 pandemic, and the closure of theatres across the world
The earthquake centered about 1,000 kilometres south of Calgary, There have been no reports of damage or injuries.
“This virus is very dangerous and is spreading quickly, This is not something to be taken lightly – that chain of transmission can cause deaths, ICU admissions, hospitalizations. We’re all in this together,”
There are now about 375 presumptive and confirmed cases of COVID-19 in Canada.
When we look back, let’s hope the narrative is that we overreacted, These are tough decisions and for me personally, it was heartbreaking to close the rec centres and libraries, but ultimately, these good habits keep us collectively safe"
“Public health and safety and the well-being of residents is and will always be our priority, the Municipality is taking this situation very seriously and taking measures to prepare and protect all residents and communities within the region"
As of Friday March 13, there are 29 confirmed Coronavirus cases in the Province
The game was scheduled for July 1-12 in Calgary
The incident took place in Innisfail
The incident took place in Cochrane
Lethbridge police have one man in custody following an attack with a syringe
The site will expand from 6 beds to 24
Created in 1992, the awards are presented annually to "Canadians whose accomplishments have inspired and enriched the cultural life of our country,"
"We sincerely apologize to anyone offended by the content, Postmedia will no longer publish this cartoon"
“I am now confident that this Project is a net benefit to my community and the entire region. The environmental and cultural mitigations agreed to are unprecedented for a project of this kind.”
Applications and nominations will be accepted until 4:30 p.m. on April 30, 2020
"I believe it will happen. If it doesn't happen this year, it will happen before 2120. So within the next 100 years, Crowfoot will return and if we're denied, it's not going to stop us from still continually asking and pleading."
RCMP were called to reports of bison roaming the streets of the village around 6:45 p.m. on February 18.
“This is a great opportunity to teach some of the history of our First Nation community and ultimately anything that leads to greater understating and supports truth and reconciliation is a worthwhile cause"
Snowboard halfpipe and slopestyle are scheduled for Saturday and Sunday
The Kind Edward Hotel has been in operation in Pincher Creek since 1904.
Temporary marriage commissioners are appointed for one day to perform a civil (non-religious) marriage ceremony in Alberta
The Alberta Government has approved a new flood mitigation project for Canmore that will help ensure public safety and lower the risk of flood damage, like that experienced in 2013.
"There are very few Indigenous cultural centres anywhere in Canada and even fewer in Alberta. This in an opportunity to create linkages between the city and places like Head-Smashed-In Buffalo Jump, Writing-On-Stone, and Blackfoot Crossing”.
"Hosting an event like the Indigenous Author Celebration is so important as we, as a country, move towards reconciliation. Truly, any opportunity we have to celebrate diverse voices, particularly in Canadian Literature, is time well spent! It is a wonderful chance for the public to come and learn from these incredible authors, and for some really great conversations to happen."
The victims of the calls have been between the ages of 11 and 16.
The City of Airdrie hosts the AWG, Feb 14-17, with over 2700 athletes, coaches and officials from across Alberta taking part
The Strathmore library is looking for local indigenous artists to display their works in the library this July and August.
Original Broadcast Date: Saturday February 1, Scotiabank Saddledome in Calgary
The story of how Attagutsiak and other Inuit participated in Canada’s war effort has previously not been told, by sharing the exemplary stories of our Hometown Heroes with Canadians, we express gratitude for their service and create a proud legacy that Canadians will remember and learn from for generations to come.”
The Every Child Matters, WHL Game and Cultural Event is set for Saturday February 1 at the Scotiabank Saddledome
According to police, Calgary Stampeder Bo Levi Mitchell had his truck parked in a lot in the 2500 block of 8 Avenue N.E. on Thursday, Jan. 2. CPS said someone managed to steal Mitchell’s two 2018 Grey Cup rings — the championship ring and the most outstanding player ring.
Anson McMaster, who plays for the WHL's Winnipeg Ice will play his first game back down south vs the Calgary Hitmen tomorrow night
The February 1st game is presented by Siksika Health Services in partnership with Siksika Child & Family Services and First Nations Health Consortium.
“Carolla Calf Robe was a beloved, respected and cherished Elder who selflessly served the University of Lethbridge community"
Jason Goodstriker, ootsimiohkitopi (Sorrel Horse Rider), Tasunka Duta Akanyanka (Red Sorrel Horse Rider) passed away in Slave Lake, AB, on Thursday, January 16, 2020 at the age of 47 years.
Athletes competing in the 2020 Alberta Winter Games range in age from 11 to 17 and represent 23 different sports, including ice hockey, figure skating, alpine skiing and badminton.
“It’s a huge machine this weekend, we have 3,900 people expected to make the event a success, including 760 plus coaches, 600 plus volunteers, we’ve got so many people volunteering from throughout the ringette community"
‘Every Child Matters’ is a Hitmen partnership with their friends from Treaty 7 to create a game dedicated to indigenous youth empowerment through sport.
Anyone with information on Tyson Shade is asked to call Blood Tribe Police at 403-737-3800
Cenovus Energy operates approximately 3,700 producing wells in Western Canada
A man's body was discovered Sunday off a rural road near the Springbank Airport. An autopsy performed Tuesday determined the manner of death was homicide.
Anyone with information is asked to contact the Tsuut'ina police at 403-251-9660.
"We committed to getting wait times down, so now we've got to figure out a way to do it. That's going to be the No. 1 thing," - Health Minister Tyler Shandro
“There’s a lingering hazard and there are many slopes primed for human triggering … even if you’re not far from your car you’re very quickly into avalanche country.
"It’s about honouring people’s lives and letting people heal and say good-bye."
“Expect old-time hockey. The good old days of playing under the sky, and playing pond hockey,”
Construction so far has included completion of four new storage tanks at the federal government-owned company’s Edmonton Terminal, and continued work on the Westridge Terminal facilities at Burnaby to accommodate additional tankers for exporting crude.
"Alberta's natural vistas were so stunning that they allowed the film to be shot without the assistance of green screen technology and the result is a film that is wholly Albertan"
"I think it was a real pleasant surprise that we are going to be working with the Blackfoot Confederacy, especially with the youths and we all know that the Aboriginal youths are the fast-growing population in our communities - U of L Chancellor, Charles Weaselhead
Get the kids a babysitter, only thrill seekers 18+ are allowed in
"All members have agreed that the seven Treaty 7 flags will be displayed in alphabetical order from right to left (Bearspaw Nation, Blood Tribe/Kainai Nation, Chiniki Nation, Piikani Nation, Siksika Nation, Tsuut'ina Nation and Wesley Nation) with the Métis Nation as the final flag"
"It's a surreal experience to be able to tell our own story and see ourselves portrayed in ways that we’ve always wanted to be portrayed,”
‘Every Child Matters’, is a partnership between the Western Hockey league team, and our friends from Treaty 7 to create a game dedicated to indigenous youth empowerment through sport.
“Over the past year, the Library has committed to learning more about Indigenous language and working with the community to understand how we can support them to celebrate and share their language,”
The two day event, scheduled for December 21 and 22, will see a number of hockey-related community activities, as well as a live broadcast during the pre-game show for the December 22 game between the Calgary Flames and Dallas Stars with Ron McLean and Tara Slone.
Police are seeking the public's assistance in locating a missing adult male.
The Academy of Canadian Cinema & Television will honour the four along with several others during Canadian Screen Week, March 23 to March 29.
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Police have not released the cause of the crash
Ever Active Schools (EAS) is a provincial initiative that supports healthy school communities. Their Resilient Schools initiative works in Treaty 6, 7 and 8 and partners directly with First Nations and Métis school communities to promote language, culture and resilience as pathways to wellbeing for Indigenous youth.
The lineup for Country Thunder Alberta 2020 has been announced
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Total snowfall amounts will be from 20 to 30 cm with some localities seeing 50 or more before the snow ends on Thursday.
Roy Whitney Onespot defeats incumbent Lee Crowchild
In recognition of Native American Heritage Month, members from three affiliated tribes in the U.S and Canada (Nakota, Ojibwa, and Cree) performed at the United Centre, before a Blackhawks game.
The complete lineup for the three-day 2020 festival is set to be revealed on Nov. 28.
"The workshop brings awareness to the country’s crisis of Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women and Girls, it also brings people from across all cultures to engage in meaningful conversations"
The general election will take place on November 27, with polling stations in Siksika Nation and Calgary.
The 24 year old from Siksika Nation played Junior B Hockey for the Siksika Buffaloes senior AA hockey team, as well as Strathmore's Wheatland Kings.
The skull will go on display at Blackfoot Crossing Historical Park in early 2020, with a full exhibit dedicated to traditional lands in the Kananaskis region, including Castle Mountain.
The forum was designed to provide Indigenous health care practitioners, researchers and leaders with practical resources.
The Toronto Blue Jays announced they’re hitting the road this January and will be in Calgary for a two-day event ahead of the team’s 2020 season
The project would see 29 kilometres of the highway widened between Cochrane and Canmore.
The move is meant as a sign of respect for Indigenous culture and beliefs and is considered to be an important step towards reconciliation.
The United Nations General Assembly has declared 2019 the International Year of Indigenous Languages, to raise awareness of the crucial role languages play in people’s daily lives.
Lung cancer awareness campaign kicks off with support from 88.1 WindSpeaker Radio in Treaty 7 Territory
Métis Week, November 10-16, is an opportunity for the Métis in Alberta to share their stories, history, and culture with the rest of the world. We welcome everyone to join us throughout the week to help us commemorate and celebrate the life of Louis Riel, our history, and our contributions to Canada.
"The majority of First Nations in this country are in favour of responsible resource development. We need jobs, own-source revenues, and business opportunities to get out of poverty," - NCC President Dale Swampy, Samson Cree Nation
The pastel drawing offers a behind-the-scenes look at a cowboy competing in the rodeo.
It has been quite the year for the building, being featured in best-of lists by The New York Times and the BBC since opening in 2018
CFR46 is underway at Red Deer’s Westerner Park, running through Sunday.
The Stanley Cup will be there, and musical acts like Jess Moskaluke and the Hunter Brothers.
Ankou originally signed as an undrafted free agent by the Houston Texans out of UCLA. He appeared in 11 games with the Jaguars and posted 19 tackles and 1.5 sacks
The 150,000-square-foot store is expected to open in summer 2020.
This year’s Award will be given out at the inaugural Canadian Music Hall of Fame Ceremony in Calgary at Studio Bell, home of the National Music Centre on October 27
"I am honoured to have participated in this coin design. It remembers and honours not just our leader, but also the resilience of the Métis people.” - David Garneau
IndigeSTEAM is a program that supports youth in science, technology, engineering, arts, architecture, agriculture and math
Camrud was given the name "Saakooaapaspii" which means Last Dancer. Brown received the name "Aatowahkskaakoo" which means Long Time Many Camps.
A number of other charges against the accused, including attempted murder, were earlier withdrawn.
"I am not so much interested in photographers who fly in, fly out of communities. I'm interested in photographers who spend time at a place, actually know the people, and as that happens, people become more comfortable with the camera."
"Indigenous art is a great cultural gift, one to be recognized, to be seen, to be appreciated, to be learned from, to be enriched by"
"Having Blackfoot language here is a signal, largely to Blackfoot students and Blackfoot people who walk into our space that this space is for them, but it also signals to other Indigenous people that this is a place where Indigenous knowledge is important.”
This radio show explores the creation of Gord Downie’s Secret Path album, the Secret Path Live show, and how the Wenjack and Downie families came together to support Canada’s journey towards reconciliation.
This is a very exciting opportunity for the Piikani Nation, there is a high volume of traffic that passes through our reserve daily, I think it is time we start benefiting from that,” - Councillor Riel Houle
Until Wednesday Oct. 9, eligible voters can cast their ballots at select campuses across the province
"We welcome witnesses from the Four Directions to attend and share their experiences. This is not just a Blackfeet or Montana tribes’ tragedy, it is an Indian Country tragedy, and a national and international disgrace"
“The first time I think I performed a sold-out stadium in Canada actually would have been the Saddledome in Calgary,”
Beginning Friday , snow and cooler temps will hit most of Southern Alberta, improving by Monday
Blackfoot Crossing is located on the Siksika Nation and is the historic site of the signing of Treaty No. 7, an agreement between the Canadian government and several indigenous tribes in southern Alberta
The annual awards celebration is scheduled for November 2nd in Niagara Falls, NY
Ag For Life is hosting the conference for young women in grades 9-12, on November 27th in Calgary
CIF Reconciliation Society presents “Pokaiks” the Children Walk & Festival, Sunday Sept 29 in Calgary
The three-part series, narrated by George Stroumboulopoulos, has proven to be a compelling exploration into Indigenous culture in Canada.
The Alberta government has named five featured celebration sites and events for this year's Alberta Culture Days, Sept. 27 – 29. All events are free, public and family-friendly.
Alberta is providing a $200,000 grant to the Blackfoot Confederacy to support the agreement’s implementation. The agreement will remain in place for as long as both parties wish to keep it active.
Alysia Jade Dixon is Indigenous, 5’2″, 110 pounds with black hair, brown eyes
The dedication to work together will be illustrated by signing a document following the Commemorative Church Service at the McDougall Stoney Mission Church on Sept. 22.
Blackfoot is the most widely spoken Indigenous language in Lethbridge, according to the city.
The rate of suicide among Indigenous youth is five to six times higher than non Indigenous Youth
Reconciliation Week is Sept 15 - 20
Elders are coming together to share culture, traditions, and create friendships.
The crowning of the next Calgary Stampede Indigenous Princess will take place on Sunday September 22!
"We don't have a word for crime, our word is mistake." - Judge Eugene Creighton of the Blackfoot language
The Canadian government had re-approved the controversial pipeline project, which would run from the Edmonton-area to Burnaby, B.C. on June 18.
The Calgary Public Library invites applications for Indigenous Language and Culture Facilitators at the Central Library in downtown Calgary for fall 2019
"Orange Shirt Day" Book will be coming out September 2020, supported by founder Phyllis Webstad and the Orange Shirt Society
Panel members include Edmonton's former police chief, a mother who lost her son to a fentanyl overdose, and addictions specialists.
Police agencies in Alberta remind motorists to be “alert and watchful for children on the road.”
Samson Cree Nation Athlete to play NCAA Division 3 College/University football for the University of Minnesota
Funding will be given out to 17 projects including the Blackfoot Canadian Cultural Society, Opokaa’sin Early Learning Centre, the Friends Society of the Galt Museum all in Lethbridge, The Kainai Transition Centre and Ninistako Centre
"We're going to some pretty great communities and hopefully can grow our game a little bit in Alberta and take it to some nontraditional AJHL markets." - Eagles head coach/GM Andrew Milne
John Howard Society Calgary invites artists to design and work on artwork and installations for the new CJHS building, located at 4502 Builders Road SE. Artists from Treaty 7 are invited to apply
The RCMP Morley Community Policing Office is located just off the Trans-Canada Highway, across from the Chiniki Village complex.
"We want to be able to reuse the water, not only for our economic benefit, but for our own water reuse in the community to bring down bills and stuff like that for people,” - James Arcand, capital projects officer for Alexander First Nation
"Airdrie has the third-largest Metis population in Region 3 so we have a real opportunity to reach out to them and to continue to grow our relationship which started with a meeting then this golf tournament and as we move forward it looks just awesome for our community as it relates to the Metis Nation."
“The experience of coming together every year on this day, as partners, is humbling, It is important that governments, First Nations, civic partners and Edmontonians, all continue to keep our shared commitment to work positively together in a relationship founded on honour and respect.” - Edmonton Mayor Don Iveson
“We will be hosting Indigenous artists and performers from the region’s First Nations, along with guest artists for three days of spectacular arts and cultural programming,” - Karla Buffalo, CEO of Athabasca Tribal Council.
This is the magazine’s second time curating a list of the World’s Greatest Places, which includes places from around the world to visit, stay and eat and drink.
School supplies for children going into Kindergarden, Grade 1 or 2
Calgary police are hoping to reduce the number of kids caught up in the gang lifestyle.
The conclusion of the WPCA Pro Tour will see more than $300,000 up for grabs and four titles on the line.
RCMP, as well as several people on boats, searched for the man in his early 20s, but could not find him on Wednesday.
CIFF is the largest international film festival in Alberta and the sixth largest in Canada
Trans Mountain expects to have close to 4,200 workers on the job in various communities by year’s end.
Dimensions addresses obstacles faced by women, Indigenous Peoples, persons with disabilities, members of visible minority/racialized groups and members of LGBTQ+ communities.
Iginla, his family and members of the St. Albert city council will be on hand for the renaming ceremony on Sunday Aug. 25 which will include a free barbeque, public skate and street hockey game.
Malik Holloway, 21, of Morley has been arrested and a second suspect is now in custody with charges pending.
30 feet of pipe, 345 hours of welding, 16 silhouette pieces, one beautiful feather
Congress of Aboriginal Peoples is looking for an Indigenous Male Voice actor to narrate a part in an animated story
“Overall, it was a very productive meeting and we look forward to further work on this in the fall” – Herb Lehr, Metis Settlements General Council President
The 20th annual Calgary International Film Festival runs Sept. 18-29
Autopsies are underway to confirm their identities.
The winning submission becomes the official logo of the Safe and Caring Orange Shirt Program, and is featured prominently on t-shirts, educational materials, and online
Cardinal will play the character, Sue Lynn Blackbird.
The show gets underway Sept. 8 at the Scotiabank Saddledome
Lethbridge Police say Iron Shirt was last seen August 2
The artist behind the metallic monument, Wayne Stranger, spent 1½ years working on the project
" Miracle Treat Day is a fantastic initiative and a day all the staff love to participate in, all funds that come in that day from the sale of our blizzards go directly to Children's Hospitals to fund the various the projects that they have going on"
RCMP are investigating and appealing to the public for information
Dale Rolland Alexander, 47, is a two-time federal offender. He has served time for sexual assault, kidnapping and uttering threats.
CPS say two suspects are wanted after the shooting outside of a 7-11 convenience store in northeast Calgary.
The phenomenon occurs about once every 32 months, when there is a second new moon in a month
“It is extremely important to us to meet the needs of Indigenous families affected by violence and walk alongside Indigenous experts in our community to inspire cultural resurgence and reconciliation among our shelter network, staff and all individuals and families we serve"
The soundtrack, which also features Simon & Garfunkel, Neil Diamond and Deep Purple, was released on July 26
"In the last few years, I think we've begun to realize how important sports can be in the lives of all people, particularly of our Indigenous and First Nation youth," - Morley Watson, Committee Chair
Check out live music from Crystal Shawanda, Murray Porter, Colin Linden and more!
"The victims condition is unknown at this time"
Learning the Basics of the Piikani Blackfoot Language
“It is truly an honour to receive this award, I believe we are living in times when our collective stories are more potent in the larger Canadian/historical context and what a privilege to have opportunities to tell these truths
The National inquiry found that Indigenous women and girls are 12 times more likely to be murdered or go missing than any other demographic group in Canada. They are also 16 times more likely to be slain or to disappear than non Indigenous women.
The moose was first spotted on Fisher Road S.E. just before 8 a.m.
NASA said the asteroid "large enough to wipe out a city" narrowly missed striking the Earth late Wednesday
Kam McLeod and Bryer Schmegelsky have now been charged with 1 count of second-degree murder in the death of the man found south of Dease Lake.
The idea to create the community mural emerged when an Edmonton Transit Service peace officer who was tired of seeing graffiti on the pedway walls, brought the idea forward.
At this time, foul play is not suspected.
Police say the teens should be considered dangerous and should not be approached
The cuts range from bus and CTrain service, Police & Fire services, affordable housing
“I opened this facility mainly for 13- to 17-year-old females, so I could mentor them into becoming strong empowered women.” —Lisa Wilton
Prine has had a significant influence on singer-songwriters for nearly 50 years, having influenced everyone from icons like Bob Dylan to current A-list singer-songwriters such as Jason Isbell and Margo Price.
This year’s theme is ‘Celebrating Successes and Giving Thanks’.
Application deadline is August 30, 2019 at 4:30pm
Last recorded size: 344,718 hectares Fire perimeter: 606.12 km
City council members will discuss the proposed agreement at 3:45 p.m. Monday behind closed doors.
Alberta Parks have issued the warning for the area above the powerline near Quarry Lake, which includes several popular running and mountain bike trails.
The election was held Wednesday on the Enoch Cree Nation
"The Cochrane RCMP is excited to continue learning from members of the Stoney Nakoda First Nations Community and building on their partnership"
"Preliminary information reveals no indication of criminality in relation to this occurrence"
Telus Storyhive's video series features three lives, two Histories and one Country. Remember who you are. Remember why we are all here. Remember to honor your history.
The 2019 CCMA Awards will broadcast live from Calgary on Sept 8. Join 88.1 Windspeaker Radio LIVE from events throughout the week
"This is an embarrassment to Country Thunder, the entertainers and First Nations people.”
“Everything’s in bloom and the corn’s starting to tassel, and we’ve got some cobs on their way to forming. Everything’s in pretty good progress"
Police are looking for 15 year old Alicia Buffalo-Crane from Maskwacis
The designs creator, Alisha Giroux said that she was drawing Canada's map "for fun" one day when she realized the country's shorelines and provincial borders could be represented as animals.
Looking back at Harry Manson, who transcended racial prejudice on the soccer pitch at turn of 19th century
RCMP are asking for public assistance to locate 16-year-old Chateva Quinney. Chateva was reported missing on July 12, 2019 and last seen in Whitefish Lake First Nations. RCMP has a concern for her safety.
Milo is seeking Indigenous families located in Calgary. Please read the poster below to find additional information.
"I will use every tool at my disposal to stop SR1"
The hit drama needs hundreds of fans to fill spaces in a rodeo scene that the show says is "unlike anything fans will have ever seen before."
A Tribe Called Red Perform in Calgary July 12
Fish & Wildlife officers are investigating the incident and trying to determine the identify of the bear, whose age and sex aren’t known.
Two men were arrested and charged in connection to his June 16 disappearance
Anyone with information is asked to contact Blood Tribe Police or CrimeStoppers.
Nominate a youth, adult or senior volunteer who has contributed to the well-being of their community.
Deadline for applications is Sunday, August 25
“I’m trying to recover two puppies that were stolen from my store in a pretty violent manner, they shattered glass in the front of the kennel all over them and I’m worried about their health and their safety.”
The Writing-on-Stone National Park near Milk River becomes Alberta’s sixth World Heritage Site, and the twentieth in Canada.
Claire Anderson is the first Yukon resident and first Indigenous woman to hold this position
“The federal government owes the Kainai Blood Tribe 162.5 sections of land. And so now, we’re at that stage where we look to you to again make the others understand. Make the Prime Minister understand. Make your colleagues in cabinet understand, that perhaps it is time we come to some resolution of our Big Claim. After all, the court has made a decision, and we have been patient.” - Blood Tribe Chief Roy Fox
“This journey is to help them experience what’s out there, how to overcome challenges in life and that there is more to life.”
“They’re just kids, I don’t get it. What have they done?” - Event organizer Tony Tan
"The massive Chuckegg Creek wildfire in northern Alberta is now considered to be 60 per cent contained, and has burned approximately 331,167 hectares"
Red Pheasant has been in the process of negotiations with the Manitoba Museum to repatriate the medal since 2002.
Auditions will be held in July 13-15 in Calgary
Lead and Supporting roles are being cast for a paramount Feature Film titled Magic Hour, a coming of Age Love Story
Nike N7 started in 2009 with a goal to provide sport and physical activity programming to kids in First Nation communities in North America.
A severe thunderstorm warning remained in effect for Improvement District 349, including the Cold Lake Air Weapons Range. Severe thunderstorm warnings also remained in effect for other parts of central and northern Alberta Friday night.
83 Canadians named to the Order of Canada, they include athletes, researchers, teachers, scientists, artists, jurists and actors.
"Highlights include Hank Snow’s “Nudie Suit,” Wilf Carter’s cowboy boots and saddle, and other fun performance outfits from Shania Twain, Lucille Starr, k.d. lang, and Gordie Tapp"
Celebrate Canada's 152nd Birthday with Activities, Music and spectatcular Fireworks in the Calgary area
The agreements give the Métis jurisdiction in core governance areas citizenship, leadership selection government operations and a chance to develop their own laws and draft constitutions to govern their communities
"My project is on Truth and Reconciliation. I look at what reconciliation is, why we need to reconcile and how it is happening in our country. When I met with Elder Crowshoe I learned how First Nation people lost their sense of belonging and culture in our community'
Country Music Week 2019 will take place in Calgary, from September 5 through September 8.
Sept. 30 was chosen as the day in honour of residential school survivors.
Wood Buffalo Council has sent a letter request for “an urgent meeting to be held with community leaders” regarding the “education crisis” at two Northern Alberta schools
Descriptions of the suspect vehicle(s) and suspect(s) have not been released.
"Indigenous languages matter because Indigenous people matter. Language is essential for all people to understand who they are, where they come from—their histories, culture, and values,”
The documentary explores the preservation and promotion of the Nakota language.
Funding decisions took a "family-first approach," which meant each application had to include a letter of support from affected families. More than 100 projects will receive funding for commemoration projects of various types.
Anyone with information on Morning Bird’s whereabouts is asked to contact police at 403-328-4444 or Crime Stoppers 1-800-222-8477.
This year, APTN's Indigenous Day Live was held in Calgary, Whitehorse Yukon and Winnipeg
The city expects to see representatives from 80 countries and some 5,500 delegates, bringing an estimated $65 million in economic stimulus for Calgary.
“This isn’t just my award. My name goes on it, but if it wasn’t for what the Osoyoos Band has done and continues to do, I wouldn’t even be thought about,”
Season 1 of Corner Gas animated was The Comedy Network's most-watched original series ever
Grande Prairie RCMP are seeking the public’s assistance in locating 15 year-old First Nations youth, Sedea Widow
“The expected flow rates will be higher than we’ve seen all year, and runoff from rainfall and melting snow in the mountains is causing cold water temperatures, increased floating debris and high turbidity in both rivers, which makes for very poor visibility and dangerous conditions.”
Not a dry eye at the NHL Awards in Vegas as Carey Price surprises a young fan, who lost his mom to cancer earlier this year.
Trumpeter Swans are a protected species under the Migratory Birds Convention Act.
The action plan was drafted in collaboration with an Indigenous advisory group and contains 33 commitments in four key areas: organizational transformation, industry leadership, production and distribution.
The Chuckegg Creek, Jackpot Creek and McMillan complex wildfires together cover an area of about 6,750 square kilometres.
Saskatoon Crime Stoppers have sent out a video letter in the Cree dialect to help reach more people who can help solve cases now labelled as historical missing persons cases
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Steve Warren's "The Country Oldies Show" featuring three hours of the Greatest Country hits from the 50's to 90's
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