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May 1, 2020

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Listing of First Nation, Metis and Aboriginal organizations and services in Alberta. Also included are national and umbrella organizations with offices located elsewhere. Listings are restricted to not-for-profit organizations and services.


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January 1, 2019

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The Indigenous Cultural Understanding Framework (ICUF) is a development and delivery plan for training to ensure Children’s Services staff have the knowledge, skills and abilities to deliver culturally appropriate support, services and programs to Indigenous children, youth, families and...


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December 5, 2018

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In March 2015 the Alberta-Northwest Territories Bilateral Water Management Agreement between the Government of Alberta and the Government of the Northwest Territories was signed. The Bilateral Management Committee (BMC) was established to implement the Agreement. This first annual report of the...


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November 20, 2018

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Social isolation is a silent reality experienced by many seniors, and particularly Indigenous seniors. This resource is intended to heighten awareness and sensitivity and help organizations, friends, family members, and communities address the particular social needs of these seniors. This...


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May 10, 2018

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This guide describes how PLAR applies in the context of Aboriginal peoples' rights, so that PLAR is applied in a way that is supportive of Aboriginal peoples'rights and reconciliation of Aboriginal peoples.


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January 1, 2017

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The Metis Nation of Alberta – Government of Alberta Framework Agreement formally recognizes a shared commitment to work co-operatively to: 1- address the needs and aspirations of the MNA and its members; 2- preserve Metis identity and cultural heritage in Alberta; 3- build upon and enhance the...


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May 17, 2016

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Aboriginal people in Alberta face different socioeconomic circumstances than other Albertans. At the provincial level in 2011, Aboriginal people had lower incomes and were less likely to be in the labour force. If they were participating in the labour force, they were more likely to be...


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February 1, 2014

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The Aboriginal Engagement and Strategy (AES) division was formed in the department of Human Services in the fall of 2011 to enhance the capacity and cultural competency of the child intervention system to serve Aboriginal children and families. The division decided on the Community Conversation...


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June 1, 2013

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Infant mortality is an important indicator of population health. First Nations infants have a higher risk of mortality than Non-First Nations infants. While the risk of mortality among Non-First Nations infants appears to be decreasing or stable, the risk of mortality among First Nations infants...


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May 9, 2013

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Statistics Canada released the first of three sets of data gathered through the 2011 National Household Survey (NHS) . The release presents data on two broad themes: Immigration and Ethnocultural Diversity and Aboriginal Peoples in Canada. This report presents a general overview of this new...