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Updated with information from Alberta Environment Minister Sonya Savage. Environment Canada issued a statement March 13 saying the seepage from Imperial Oil’s Kearl mine site, which is upstream of Athabasca Chipewyan First Nation (ACFN) and Mikisew Cree First Nation, is… [ ... Read More ]

Alcohol dropped from Truth and Reconciliation centred culinary event after community concerns

The Isabel Bader Centre will play host to a first of its kind event in Kingston that aims to be a celebration and sharing of Indigenous culinary arts.  Tourism Kingston says the event focuses on Call to Action #83 from… [ ... Read More ]

Pincher Creek town council narrowly approved first reading of a $4-million borrowing bylaw to pay for a new curling rink at the Community Recreation Centre at 948 Hyde St.  Council then unanimously voted to expand the project in hopes of… [ ... Read More ]

Taloyoak school remains closed 5 weeks after fuel spill

The Government of Nunavut continues to deal with a fuel spill that has closed Taloyoak’s Netsilik School, with no timeline on when students and staff will be able to return. In the meantime, students have been learning at the community… [ ... Read More ]

Edmonton-based Keith Diakiw offers one of a kind Talking Rock Tours

Edmonton-based Métis citizen Keith Diakiw is the founder of Talking Rock Tours – the first ever geo-educational hiking and sightseeing adventure company that is 100 percent Indigenous owned. It offers tours of various historical and geological locations in Alberta through a scientific… [ ... Read More ]

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