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Siksika Media launches new website Aitsiniki.com

Oki, Siksika Media is excited to announce the launch of its newly designed website, Aitsiniki.com. The website features a fresh look, user-friendly navigation, and informative content to connect visitors with access to Siksika Nation news, events, programs, resources and much more. Key features of the new website include: – Chief and Council, Tribal Administration and […]

by ahnationtalk on April 5, 20249 Views

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Keith Gerein: Council faces no-win conundrum in fight over Edmonton day shelter funding – Eedmonton Sun

Mar 25, 2024 For those who haven’t heard of it, there is something called Jordan’s Principle that is supposed to guide Indigenous child welfare in Canada. In very simple terms, it’s a concept that mandates a First Nations child should be provided services they need without delay, at the first point of contact, while any […]

by ahnationtalk on March 25, 202419 Views

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Brandi Morin: In oil country, First Nation accuses government of ‘regulated murder’ – ricochet.media

March 20, 2024 Last year, journalist Brandi Morin and cinematographer Geordie Day travelled to Fort Chipewyan on assignment for Ricochet, The Real News Network and IndigiNews. The feature and short documentary, ‘Killer Water,’ explored the impact of industrial pollution from the Alberta oil sands on the community. It recently won the Canadian Hillman Prize for […]

by ahnationtalk on March 20, 202417 Views

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Keeping critical water infrastructure afloat

Mar 15, 2024 As Alberta’s population continues to grow, so does the need for improved water and wastewater infrastructure. That is why Alberta’s government is once again increasing funding for grant programs to better manage water resources and support the growing water infrastructure needs of municipalities. If passed, Budget 2024 would provide $481.9 million in […]

by ahnationtalk on March 15, 202421 Views

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Edmonton city workers go on strike today — here’s what’s open and closed – Daily Hive

Mar 14 2024 Edmonton city workers are about to go on strike — here’s what you need to know about service disruptions. One of the City of Edmonton’s largest unions, Civic Service Union 52 (CSU 52), has provided official notice that its more than 5,000 members will begin labour action. The strike was initially planned […]

by ahnationtalk on March 14, 202420 Views

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Readout: Premier meets with Prime Minister

Mar 13, 2024 The meeting was constructive, but there are still several issues on which there is some distance between both the federal and provincial governments. These include the impact of the federal carbon tax, and its cascading effects on inflation, affordability and sustained higher interest rates, as well as the timeline to reach carbon […]

by ahnationtalk on March 13, 202423 Views

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2024 Esquao Award recipients – CFWE FM

Mar 11, 2024 Co-founded by Marggo Pariseau and Muriel Stanley Venne, the Esquao Awards highlight the significant role Indigenous women hold in their home, in the healing and development of their communities, and in the building of Alberta. This year’s honoured Esquao Award recipients include leaders in education, business, the arts, community involvement, culture, children’s […]

by ahnationtalk on March 12, 202424 Views

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Update from the Lieutenant Governor – Sept. 2023 to Feb. 2024

This update from the Office includes a message from Lieutenant Governor Lakhani, and details and images of ceremonies, events, community celebrations, meetings, and school visits attended by Her Honour from September 2023 to February 2024. View the update NT5

by ahnationtalk on March 11, 202423 Views

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Varcoe: Oilsands producer fires back at Trudeau government over federal carbon capture incentives – Calgary Herald

Mar 06, 2024 ‘These CCUS projects are absolutely massive undertakings, in terms of logistics and costs. They’re also absolutely going to be needed’ Canada’s natural resources minister is growing weary of waiting for the oilsands sector to start building one of the world’s largest carbon capture networks. But feelings of frustration are also growing on […]

by ahnationtalk on March 6, 202422 Views

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Protecting Albertans from drought and floods

Mar 04, 2024 Alberta is no stranger to emergencies. In recent years, many parts of the province have experienced flooding while many others have seen water shortages and are at risk of severe drought this year. Developing the local infrastructure needed to protect residents from these extreme weather events is expensive for communities. If Budget […]

by ahnationtalk on March 4, 202430 Views

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