St. Albert to permanently display Treaty 6 and Metis Nation flags in front of city hall – CTV News

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St. Albert to permanently display Treaty 6 and Metis Nation flags in front of city hall – CTV News

by ahnationtalk on September 13, 202111 Views

Sept. 12, 2021

EDMONTON –

Two new flags will be permanently displayed at St. Albert Place to help better reflect the diverse residents of the municipality.

Treaty 6 and Metis Nation flags were raised Sunday after a dedication ceremony as part of the city’s commitment to reconciliation. The flags mark the newest additions to the building’s display, marking a total of five permanent flags.

Mayor Cathy Heron said the flags now proudly fly outside St. Albert city hall and is long overdue.

“(These flags) help recognize the important role played by all Indigenous peoples here in St. Albert,” she said. “Today’s ceremony represents another step towards our collective journey towards reconciliation in our community and reflects our relationship as Treaty people.

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