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Bigstone Cree Nation boycotting Slave Lake over councillor comments – Cochrane Eagle

Jul 12, 2024 Controversy sparked by Slave Lake Coun. Shawn Gramlich’s online post has raised questions of racism, public safety, and individual and institutional accountability Bigstone Cree Nation has declared a boycott of all goods and services from Slave Lake after a controversial social media post from a town councillor sparked heated digital debate, including […]

by ahnationtalk on July 12, 20242 Views

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MNA – President’s Corner

Jun 27, 2024 Dear Citizens, Thank you to everyone who joined us at Alberta Métis Fest 2024 to celebrate our Métis culture, heritage, and community spirit. This event was a wonderful example of our unique traditions and the resilience that defines us. Throughout the festivities, over 3000 Citizens and guests came together to enjoy music, […]

by ahnationtalk on June 28, 202413 Views

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TC Energy executive resigns after video boasting of covert lobbying tactics – Intelligencer

Jun 26, 2024 ‘We’ve been given opportunities to write entire briefing notes for ministers and premiers and prime ministers,’ Liam Iliffe told attendees at a TC Energy ‘lunch and learn’ session OTTAWA — A TC Energy executive and former senior B.C. NDP political staffer has resigned after a video surfaced of him appearing to discuss […]

by ahnationtalk on June 26, 202420 Views

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MP Kurek introduces bill recognizing Western heritage – Sylvan Lake News

The bill would introduce a brand as a Canadian symbol MP Damien Kurek, the member of parliament for Battle River – Crowfoot, has introduced a new private members bill seeking to acknowledge and promote “the role Western and frontier heritage played in building Canada.” Kurek’s Bill, Act to Recognize a National Livestock Brand as a Symbol […]

by ahnationtalk on June 25, 202418 Views

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Blackfoot Confederacy Gifts Headdresses to City of Calgary Staff in Traditional Headdress Ceremony

June 19, 2024 Two City of Calgary staff members were gifted headdresses by members of the Blackfoot Confederacy at a traditional headdress ceremony held Wednesday, June 5 at Inglewood Bird Sanctuary in Mohkinstsis. June is National Indigenous History Month in Canada, giving special significance to the timing of the traditional ceremony. Headdresses, which hold special […]

by ahnationtalk on June 19, 202424 Views

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President’s Corner

Dear Citizens, As we celebrate National Indigenous History Month, we have an opportunity for us to reflect on our rich heritage as Métis people and celebrate our resilience, unity, and journey towards self-government. Our story is deeply intertwined with the history of Alberta and the Métis Nation Homeland. Métis communities have played a pivotal role […]

by ahnationtalk on June 17, 202415 Views

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Federal Nature Strategy is unconstitutional: Minister Schulz

“The federal Liberal government will not decide what happens with Alberta’s land or resources. Any plan for our province must reflect the social, economic and environmental values of Albertans, not Ottawa; especially when Ottawa’s ultimate goal is to sterilize our land and resources, which hinders economic opportunity and resource development projects before they can even […]

by ahnationtalk on June 17, 202415 Views

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Letters, June 13: Liberals on the do-not-reelect list – Edmonton Examiner

June 13, 2024 Are you frustrated with city cost overruns? Vote in our daily poll! I noticed Mark Holland, Liberal health minister has managed to work himself onto the “do-not-reelect list,” telling Canadians to forfeit their annual vacation so we don’t burn the country up? He can now join Steven Guilbeault (Environment), Jonathan Wilkinson (Energy), […]

by pmnationtalk on June 13, 202428 Views

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City updates well-being and safety strategy – Lethbridge Herald

June 12, 2024 The City of Lethbridge has updated its Community Well-being and Safety Strategy. The CWSS identifies community needs, gaps in service provision, priority populations and other strategic actions.  The CWSS is utilized most directly by the City of Lethbridge to inform the funding disbursements from Federal Reaching Home (RH) and Provincial Family and Community […]

by ahnationtalk on June 12, 202421 Views

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Outgoing MLA thanked for her service – Lethbridge Herald

June 11, 2024 Shannon Phillips’ announcement of her resignation on Monday has prompted reaction from different quarters. Kathleen Ganley, MLA for Calgary Mountain View and a candidate for the provincial NDP leadership, met Phillips back in 2012 and even though Phillips was very busy, she still took the time to show her the ropes. “She […]

by ahnationtalk on June 11, 202427 Views

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