‘We will take steps to ensure this doesn’t happen again,’ Indigenous Relations Minister says
By David Thurton , CBC News, September 16, 2017
The Alberta government has apologized to a northern Alberta Métis community after wildlife officers confiscated 25 fish from a camp near Christina Lake on Friday.
“This was an unfortunate circumstance,” Indigenous Relations Minister Richard Feehan said in a media release Saturday. Read the rest of this entry
On February 7, 2014, Canadian Prime Minister Stephen Harper made a surprise visit to the Blood reservation’s Kainai High School in Standoff, near Calgary, Alberta, where he announced a “historic” agreement with the Assembly of First Nations on a revised First Nations Education Act. But not before at least two Native women were forcibly removed by police, at least one for allegedly “Tweeting.” Read the rest of this entry