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Tip received on Amber Tuccaro’s homicide file

January 24, 2020 In early December 2019, the Banff RCMP was contacted by a male who alleged that his father may be responsible for a missing person from the Banff area. The male also stated that he believed that his father may be linked to numerous missing persons and homicide files in Alberta. On January […]

by ahnationtalk on January 24, 20206 Views

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Albertans encouraged to implement calls to justice from MMIWG inquiry – CBC

Speak out against violence and keep governments accountable, says former chief commissioner Dec 04, 2019 Every Albertan should play a role in advancing the calls to justice that came out of the National Inquiry into Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women and Girls, says the inquiry’s former chief commissioner, Marion Buller. “That really comes down to […]

by ahnationtalk on December 5, 201959 Views

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Judge fights for job despite ‘inappropriate’ views on Indigenous people, women – CBC

Nov 26, 2019 Judge Donald Norheim sat for 27 years in Hinton, Alta. An Alberta judge has lost his job over “completely inappropriate” beliefs and behaviours involving his views on Indigenous people and victims of domestic and sexual assault. But Judge Donald Norheim is fighting to get his job back, filing an application for a […]

by ahnationtalk on November 26, 201958 Views

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First Nations take action to evict drug dealers – rdnewsnow.com

Nov 21, 2019 Two Central Alberta First Nations are taking action to drive out the illegal drug trade and improve the lives of local youth. Chiefs from the O’Chiese and Sunchild First Nation signed bylaws on Wednesday giving them the power to evict drug dealers from their communities. “In the beginning, I wasn’t sure if […]

by ahnationtalk on November 21, 201937 Views

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Shooting death of young Indigenous man forces rural community to confront racism – CBC

Kristian Ayoungman was shot and killed in March in rural Alberta Nov 06, 2019 In many ways, Kristian Ayoungman was seen as an example of reconciliation in action. He lived on the Siksika First Nation, but growing up, he went to school and played hockey in Strathmore, Alta., a small town 20 kilometres north of […]

by ahnationtalk on November 6, 201927 Views

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Indigenous representation at Edmonton’s updated City Hall Plaza – CTV News

November 5, 2019 EDMONTON — The City of Edmonton officially raised five flags at the newly renovated City Hall Plaza on Tuesday. The flags of Edmonton, Alberta, Canada, Treaty 6 and the Metis Nation of Alberta are now represented at the plaza. The city unveiled the plaza in October after months of construction. Read More: […]

by ahnationtalk on November 5, 201937 Views

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AB Government: Government seeks help to find wildfire arsonist

Alberta Agriculture and Forestry and the RCMP are looking for witnesses who may have seen an arsonist who started a wildfire northeast of Slave Lake in May. The McMillan wildfire began near the community of Wabasca on the afternoon of Saturday, May 18 at around 2 p.m. The wildfire originated at approximately kilometre 40 on […]

by pmnationtalk on October 23, 201929 Views

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Eagle feathers available for swearing oaths at Wetaskiwin courthouse – CBC

Oct 22, 2019 Samson Cree Nation, Ermineskin Cree Nation, Louis Bull Tribe and Montana First Nation participated in ceremony People testifying at the Wetaskiwin courthouse will now have the option of swearing an oath on an eagle feather. The eagle feathers were officially introduced at a ceremony on Monday afternoon. “The significance of holding the […]

by ahnationtalk on October 22, 201937 Views

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Coalition of First Nations announces a coordinated legal and political campaign to confirm human right to safe drinking water

KELOWNA, BC, Oct. 15, 2019 – In response to inaction by successive federal governments, including the Trudeau government, a group of First Nations will be launching a coordinated campaign to confirm First Nations’ human right to safe drinking water. “Unsafe drinking water is a growing problem on First Nations right across Canada,” said Chief Byron […]

by ahnationtalk on October 15, 201934 Views

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Sisters in Spirit rally remembers missing and murdered Indigenous women – Fort McMurray Today

October 8, 2019 Her nickname was “Jazzy.” The last time anyone saw Janice Desjarlais, she was climbing into a dumpster outside the Centre of Hope with her boyfriend. On the evening of Oct. 1 2010, it was the only warm place they could find. When her boyfriend went to McDonald’s to pick up breakfast the […]

by ahnationtalk on October 9, 201932 Views

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