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Siksika delegation builds relationships in the UK as repatriation of cultural, sacred items begins

Siksika delegation builds relationships in the UK as repatriation of cultural, sacred items begins

After a “very emotional day” of ceremony on May 19 at the Royal Albert Memorial Museum & Art Gallery in Exeter, England, regalia from Chief Crowfoot is on its way home to the Siksika Nation.
Pope to visit Edmonton this summer to meet with Indigenous people

Pope to visit Edmonton this summer to meet with Indigenous people

The announcement comes a little more than a month after a delegation of 30 Canadians, including St. Albert’s Gary Gagnon, visited Francis in Vatican City.
Calgary Stampede First Nations Princess crowned

Calgary Stampede First Nations Princess crowned

A Siksika Nation woman has been crowned the Calgary Stampede’s First Nation’s Princess for 2022.
Cochrane group planning Indigenous Centre holding talking circle this Thursday

Cochrane group planning Indigenous Centre holding talking circle this Thursday

If you are Indigenous and live in Cochrane, on the Stoney Nakoda Nation or the surrounding areas, there is a talking circle this Thursday to get ideas for an Indigenous Innovation Centre.
Breakfast is a work of art at Cold Lake energy camp

Breakfast is a work of art at Cold Lake energy camp

“It was supposed to be just a hobby actually. I was just doing basic plating at first, like swirls and dots,” explained Gladue. “I started creating Aboriginal designs after that and the clients, oh my gosh, they look forward to coming for breakfast every morning just to see what I make every night.”
'I prayed for it': Emotions, tears as Pope apologizes for residential schools

'I prayed for it': Emotions, tears as Pope apologizes for residential schools

Chief Wilton Littlechild felt a swell of emotions and tears in his eyes as he heard Pope Francis apologize at the Vatican on Friday for the Roman Catholic Church's role in residential schools. The words came on the chief's 78th birthday.
Model Ashley Callingbull has become the first Cree woman to be featured in Sports Illustrated Magazine

Model Ashley Callingbull has become the first Cree woman to be featured in Sports Illustrated Magazine

A woman from the Edmonton-area has become the first plains Cree model featured in Sports Illustrated. Ashley Callingbull is a Plains Cree starlet who continues to water her roots by giving back and paying homage to where she came from.
Petition to free 2 Sask. Indigenous sisters gains momentum

Petition to free 2 Sask. Indigenous sisters gains momentum

The petition to free Odelia and Nerissa Quewezance is trending in the criminal justice category on change.org
Siksika Nation encouraging First Nations peoples to share stories of racism in Alberta health care

Siksika Nation encouraging First Nations peoples to share stories of racism in Alberta health care

“For too long we have been subjected to racism (and) discriminatory behavior while receiving health care. For too long we have been insulted when we were at our most vulnerable by people seeking to take advantage of us,” said Siksika Councillor Samuel Crowfoot, during an announcement that information-gathering sessions will be held to collect stories of discrimination against First Nations people during visits to AHS facilities.
Cochrane and Stoney Nakoda to foster collaboration via CEDI program

Cochrane and Stoney Nakoda to foster collaboration via CEDI program

The Town of Cochrane, Stoney Tribal Administration and Stoney Nakoda First Nation have been selected to participate in Phase 3 of the First Nations-Municipal Community Economic Development Initiative