Reconciliation at heart of UN Declaration on Indigenous rights

The Minister of Indigenous Relations, Richard Feehan, issued the following statement regarding the Government of Canada’s move from “permanent objector” status to acceptance of the United Nations Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples. Read more.

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

National Aboriginal Day

June 21, of this year marks the 20th anniversary of  National Aboriginal Day.  During the month of June there are numerous opportunities to celebrate  the histories, cultures and contributions of First Nations, Metis, and Inuit people of Alberta and Canada.

Find out more information about events taking place across Alberta.

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.

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.