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Blood Tribe man on cross-Canada journey

Posted on 29 June 2023 byEditor

A personal tragedy inspired a Blood Tribe man to run across Canada for murdered and missing Indigenous women and men.…Continue Reading

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Indigenous students receive Honouring Spirit awards

Posted on 14 June 2023 byEditor

Four Indigenous students were honoured Thursday by Livingstone Range School Division. Angelica White Cow, Adrian Creighton, Brody Harriott and Trinity…Continue Reading

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Eagle feather blessing for graduating students

Posted on 31 May 2023 byEditor

Grade 12 students will reach a milestone in their lives next month during their high school graduation. The F.P. Walshe…Continue Reading

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University of Lethbridge to honour Dr. Esther Tailfeathers

Posted on 24 May 2023 bystaff

Dr. Esther Tailfeathers , a member of the Kainai First Nation, persevered in her education and became a medical doctor…Continue Reading

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Charles Weaselhead joins Alberta advisory panel

Posted on 01 March 2023 byadmin

A Blood Tribe elder is part of a panel that will shape Alberta’s approach to addiction and mental health care.…Continue Reading

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AHS re-launches Indigenous-led patient navigation service 

Posted on 18 January 2023 bystaff

Indigenous people can contact the Four Winds South Zone Project to support navigation and co-ordination of access to Alberta Health Services. The Indigenous patient navigators service has returned after being put on hiatus to respond to pandemic health needs. The role of the IPN is to work with Indigenous patients alongside clinical teams to promote…Continue Reading


University appoints Little Bear as vice-provost

Posted on 30 November 2022 bystaff

One of Canada’s most respected Indigenous academic leaders, Dr. Leroy Little Bear, has been appointed vice-provost, Iniskim Indigenous relations at…Continue Reading

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Joel Gamache takes on FNMI role

Posted on 16 November 2022 bystaff

Livingstone Range School Division recently announced place-based learning supervisor Joel Gamache is now supporting First Nations, Metis, and Inuit programs.…Continue Reading

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Fort Macleod residents mark Orange Shirt Day

Posted on 05 October 2022 byEditor

Fort Macleod residents gathered Thursday to mark Orange Shirt Day and the National Day of Truth and Reconciliation. Led by drummers and wearing orange T-shirts, about 40 people walked from Kids First Family Centre to Centennial Park. At Centennial Park participants heard from residential school survivor and Blackfoot elder Peter Strikes With A Gun. They…Continue Reading

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