The Fort McKay First Nation in Alberta is suing the province over development approvals on sacred land.
The Stollery Awasisak Indigenous Health Program at the University of Alberta Hospital was created in 2016 to build bridges for Indigenous children. Some of the families have to travel up to 1,000 km.
Chiefs of Alberta's First Nations voted unanimously to support Bill C-69. The First Nations support the legislation because it provides Indigenous communities with a greater say about development.
A controversial test question for a Grade 12 Social Studies course in Alberta may have been in circulation for almost a decade.
Indigenous groups in Fort McMurray, Alberta, say they still want to invest in the Trans Mountain pipeline expansion project. They believe the court ruling gives the federal government the opportunity to do things the right way when it comes to consultation with Indigenous people.
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau has stated that the federal government will not use a new law or the Constitution’s notwithstanding clause to get construction started quickly on the Trans Mountain pipeline expansion project.
Six early learning and childcare centres across Alberta are implementing Indigenous-focused programming at their locations. This programming includes traditional drumming, storytelling, and language lessons in Michif, Blackfoot, and Cree.
Alberta has passed legislation that allow it to intervene in oil and gas exports.
Alberta's Tsuut'ina First Nation has announed plans for "one of the largest, if not the largest, First Nations development partnerships in Canada," according to Chief Roy Whithey.
It's not often a job description includes monitoring fetal heart rates and taking blood samples in the back of a car or in the bathroom of a fast food joint.