Helping families of missing and murdered Indigenous women

Families of missing and murdered Indigenous women and girls now have an advocate to help them find information and resources related to their loved ones.

Government supports National Gathering of Elders

The Alberta government is providing $100,000 for dialogue and collaboration on critical issues facing Canada’s Indigenous Peoples..

Moose Hide Campaign

The campaign asks men and boys to wear moose hide swatches to show their support for the elimination of violence against Aboriginal women and to honour the women and girls in their lives.

 

Have a say in Alberta’s Climate Leadership Plan

The government is looking for feedback from Alberta’s Indigenous communities and organizations on future Climate Leadership programs in a new survey.




 

Provincial publication offers information about Aboriginal people

The intent of this publication is to help Albertans gain awareness and understanding of Aboriginal people in the province.



 

 

Néya Napew Na Muton (“I Am a Kind Man”)

Alberta Native Friendship Centres Association is taking an important step to say “Our future has no violence against Aboriginal women”  – Nov. 6, 2015