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Tishynah Buffalo learned how to sew and bead in high school.
He wants the city to consider pronunciation and spelling when deciding what to name neighbourhoods, roads or parks.
Alberta's child advocate says it's time to fund a suicide prevention strategy.
The prime minister's "absolutely" answer in October comes back.
The report shows critics of the plan were absolutely right.
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"We're not saying no development. Do it in a responsible way.''
Keystone was a fight that no one thought we could win. When the pipeline was first proposed, every energy analyst, every journalist and every politician either had never heard of it or thought the same thing -- the pipeline was a virtual certainty and its approval was imminent.
CALGARY — Alberta's justice minister says she would like to see changes made next year that would reduce the number of aboriginal children in care in the province. Kathleen Ganley says consultations a...
"The chiefs didn't hold anything back from me in terms of what their feelings are and some of the frustrations that they feel."
Driftpile First Nation
EDMONTON - Alberta Premier Jim Prentice says he'll revisit policies that have led to the "ripening" of a welter of lawsuits and controversies between the provincial government and First Nations over e...
EDMONTON - A dozen northern Alberta chiefs say they will boycott the province's attempt to implement legislation to regulate consultation with industry over development on their lands."We're sick and...
EDMONTON - Six aboriginal groups near Alberta's oilsands are wondering where they can voice their concerns about growing development after the government said they shouldn't be heard at a precedent-se...
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EDMONTON - A Supreme Court decision giving a British Columbia First Nation title to land it uses for hunting and fishing could affect many Alberta court cases between First Nations and governments ove...
A Blackfoot woman in Alberta who says she bought an eagle wing for $250 to make powwow regalia for her family is now fighting charges that she was trafficking wildlife parts illegally. Rachel CrowSpr...