Despite some opposition from BC’s Indigenous bands, most see the benefits to the oil and gas industry
“I’m doing this for a purpose. I’m doing this to get my people out of poverty and trying to get us to a better place,” said former First Nation Chief Ellis Ross.
Indigenous coach from Alberta leads team to Stanley Cup
In a stunning four to one victory, the Saint Louis Blues have won the Stanley Cup.
A missed opportunity for reconciliation, featuring Senator Murray Sinclair
Those were the comments of Senator Murray Sinclair, the Chief Commissioner of the Truth and Reconciliation Commission who claims status as an avid defender of Indigenous rights — both to their Treaty land and in their relations with the government.
Despite disastrous wildfires, northern Albertan communities remain strong
The 2019 wildfires have seen approximately 10,000 evacuated from their communities.
Wabasca and Bigstone Cree Nation wildfires continue to spread
Fires in the Wabasca Desmarais and Bigstone Cree Nation region in Alberta have continued to spread as further evacuations are taking place.
Famous Footwear employee fired after racial outburst at West Edmonton Mall
Last Friday’s racial outburst has not dissuaded Cherise from shopping there in the future.
Edmonton woman in distress seen dancing without pants on Money Mart roof-top
On Saturday, May 18th, a distressed Edmonton woman was seen dancing erratically on the roof top of a Money Mart in the northern part of the city.
Indigenous coach Craig Berube silences critics, irrespective of finals’ outcome
The St. Louis Blues are underdogs worthy of our support.
Indigenous mother claims she and her children were the victims of a racist tirade at West Edmonton mall
A West Edmonton mother captured the moment a store manager allegedly harassed her on video.