This year marks the 40th anniversary of the Alberta Order of Excellence Act, which established the Order. It is the province’s highest honour a citizen can receive.
Many gathered for a free bbq and speeches
CFR will run October 29 through November 3 in Red Deer.
A look inside the emergency Shelter & supportive Housing Centre in the peace country
Alberta has the third-highest rate of domestic violence reported to police in Canada, the provincial government said.
The Truth and Reconciliation Sharing Circle scheduled two sessions on Oct. 23 in the Shell Place Grand Ballroom at Macdonald Island
Depending on weather, the castle could open as early as January
Two million voters cast ballots in the first two days of advance voting across the country
"we will match you with a family while keeping their privacy. You’ll get an id number with some details surrounding that family"
Puck drop is at 7:30 p.m.
"The theme this year will focus on the Past, Present, and Future, with a call to action for our state and federal lawmakers to replace Columbus Day with Indigenous Peoples Day"
'The bear appeared to have been shot and left a few days prior to the report'
The federal election takes place on Oct. 21
Fresh Routes is limited to Wednesdays at the Clareview Rec Centre, but senior’s complexes, low-income neighbourhoods and LRT stations are likely future spots.
A ministerial advisory committee led up of local business leaders will guide the corporation’s beginnings.
Athabasca Tribal Council invites community members to a series of open houses, starting Oct 9th
On October 8th, Indigenous Youth took park in the exhibition at the Rivercree Venue in Enoch
Police say there is no concern for public safety and more information on this investigation will be provided when it’s available.
'He is not only a hero to Nebraskans, he is a hero to Americans'
The deadline to apply to volunteer is Oct. 11 at 4pm
"The man appears to be Caucasian with possible mixed ancestry (Indigenous)"
“I feel it is an honour to represent our people in an authentic way,”
" honouring the lives of those we have lost and to support the families"
“I was overwhelmed by their compassion and consideration of kids their age, who don’t have the opportunity to play hockey,” - Allison Flett, Parker and Cruze’s mother
SPECIAL NOTICE. There are nine consultations across Canada in the next few months. This is the only one for Alberta.
Located in the Montrose Cultural Centre, the GPPL serves the city of Grande Prairie and is the Resource Centre for the Peace Library System
The search efforts focused on the northern shores of Great Slave Lake from Yellowknife to Gros Cap and from Hardisty Island to the Mackenzie River.
Last season there were only six players in the NHL of aboriginal descent and Brady Keeper was one of them. He beat the odds and is providing hope to the kids in his community.
“Albertans can be proud of these three whose contributions have pushed the boundaries of printmaking, abstract sculpture, and Indigenous and literary expression, and shaped development of the province’s artists and arts communities"
Police say there is a concern for her well-being. The RCMP would like to locate and speak with her as soon as possible.
The Oilers open their regular season Wednesday, when they battle the Vancouver Canucks at Rogers Place. Puck drops at 8pm
“The last six months, where we were without daytime shelter space, has demonstrated just how integral this function is in addressing our community's housing challenges, more people will be able to connect with the services that can assist them in moving forward with their lives." "
"We’ve chosen advisory committee members who are renowned and respected in their fields, and who are keen to take this bold leap with Alberta. Their ties to Indigenous and business communities will give us the practical expertise we need to create this first-of-its-kind Crown corporation.”
“It feels good, It’s an honour, you know, to have a clean washroom ... in a small town like Lac La Biche when there’s only like a couple thousand people that live here.”
The former 40-room hotel first opened it`s doors on Sept. 11, 1908
The inaugural Athabasca Tribal Council Cultural Festival took place over three days at Snye Point Park
Guitars, amps, fiddle and monitors were discovered stolen from the bands trailer early Saturday morning while parked in the Belvedere community
The library, in the Howard Buffalo Memorial Centre, will celebrate its grand opening Sept 20
The cultural festival is Sept 19-21 in Fort McMurray
Students and staff at four schools in Peace Wapiti Public School Division (PWPSD) will welcome rising Inuk pop artist Kelly Fraser for half-day sessions during the PWPSD Indigenous Speaker Series on September 23-24
The accident took place September 14th
Of the roughly 115,000 Albertans who identify as Metis, 30,000 reside in Edmonton and about 18,000 in Calgary.
"His hair is who we are, it's a part of us, it's his language, it's his pride."
“It reminds us that the land on which we stand has history to Indigenous people, that treaty is a living relational agreement and that the spirit and intent of the treaty is based on peace and friendship
The accident happened at 5:15am on September 9th
Alberta Health Services’ Breast Cancer screening program has gone mobile.
RCMP advise residents and businesses to use caution any time they are asked for money.
Just over 200 backpacks will be distributed to over Indigenous Youth in Northern Alberta, who are entering grade one this year.
Basketball is a diversion, team member Josiah Tsosie says, but also a chance to hope. “We always dream big"
The 2018 drive saw a record 50 tons of food donated and stored within 3 hours.
An unknown family who lost their daughter to violence, paid for the sculpture to be built.
Fan Day is a free event for Oiler Fans, which goes from 11:00 AM to 3:30 PM on Sept 14.
The Provincial Park near Fort McMurray, is expected to re-open by the 2020 camping season.
The 24th Annual Alberta Aboriginal Role Model Awards will take place Aug 31 at the River Cree Resort in Enoch
The incident took place on Friday August 23rd
There have been several paving contractor scams in rural communities in Alberta
Fort McMurray residents James Michael Harmon, 39, and Chantelle Cardinal, 29, have been arrested.
The incident took place last April
The bust was executed on a hotel in Grand Prairie
Daylin Paul was last seen in Edmonton on July 22nd
The remains were found on the First Nation Friday
The annual event is being held in the heart of the community
Half a kilogram of drugs and close to 16 thousand dollars in cash were found in the raid
Conditions are favourable for the development of dangerous thunderstorms that may be capable of producing damaging wind gusts, damaging hail and heavy rain. Severe thunderstorms with hail as large as golf balls and strong winds exceeding 100 km/h are possible late this afternoon. These severe thunderstorms are likely to persist into the late evening hours.
RCMP crews were dealing with a stolen vehicle
Meetings will be based around child and family services
The fire is still over 330,000 hectares in size
A man was starting fires before he went into medical distress.
The agreement is between the Government of Canada and a Metis Government
The event saw Amazon present a $35,000 cheque to the Leduc & Region Food Bank
The incident took place outside the Canadian Brewhouse in Grand Prairie in 2014
Check out Many fun family events filled with music, dance and art exhibitions, taking place across the province
The event runs from noon to 4:30 p.m.
The new alert comes weeks after return
The death total across Canada is rising
3500 people from Bigstone Cree Nation and the Hamlet of Wabasca-Desmarais will be allowed home on Wednesday
The assault took place in southwest Edmonton
Events in Northern & Central Alberta
The fire will continue to produce smoky conditions in the area
The autopsy has been scheduled for June 4th
This is following 2 weeks of being evacuated due to wildfires
The order was issued at 8:15 Friday morning
Edmonton Fire Rescue Services has also issued a fire restriction that prohibits open burning
Changes are coming to banked overtime, holiday pay and youth minimum wage
The decision is based on the Fire Weather Index, which is currently rated at extreme. The index is monitored daily and takes into account temperature, wind conditions, humidity, and precipitation levels.
The man crashed a stolen vehicle into the Edson town building
The 40 year old from Edmonton died on scene while the driver of the semi trailer wasn't injured.
The incident took place over the weekend
RCMP are asking for the public's help in identifying the person involved in a string of fires
The incident took place on Highway 63
The identity of the driver was not released.
Construction crews found the body floating in the river
Between 5am and 8am there were 24 crashes
A workplace death investigation is underway after a man who worked for Ledcor died on the job at the Fort Hills oilsands
12 candidates ran for Chief, 61 people ran for Council with 789 ballots cast on April 26th
A man was found dead in Lloydminster on Saturday evening after calls of shootings
The free courses will run from May 6th-10th
The incident took place in 2017
With the warm weather ice surfaces all around the province will start to become rotten.
APTN and Rogers have been in talks about this project since 2010
The initiative is to continue educating Albertan's about the deep Indigenous history
The photo was taken in 1939.
The walk raises funds for charities that serve the hungry and homeless.
The project will cost just under 8 million dollars
After someone passed away due to the extreme cold, one Edmonton City Councillors decided to push 24 LRT Stations
The warning spreads nearly all across the province