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MCFN pushes for Fort Chipewyan-based environmental monitoring institute

MCFN pushes for Fort Chipewyan-based environmental monitoring institute

Fort Chipewyan is home to the Peace-Athabasca Delta, the largest freshwater inland river delta in North America.
First Nations leaders say they’ve been kept out of the loop on COVID vaccine roll out in Alberta

First Nations leaders say they’ve been kept out of the loop on COVID vaccine roll out in Alberta

A news release issued last night by Indigenous Relations Minister Rick Wilson confirmed Maskwacis received a “limited number of doses” as they “are currently experiencing a serious rise in cases.”
Indigenous business coalition leader says Keystone XL denial will hurt communities

Indigenous business coalition leader says Keystone XL denial will hurt communities

CALGARY — The cancellation of the Keystone XL pipeline by U.S.
Saddle Lake woman to compete in Miss Canada Petite Pageant

Saddle Lake woman to compete in Miss Canada Petite Pageant

When asked about where she sees herself in five years, Laramey said, “hopefully nursing.”
Chief Tony Alexis criticizes Alberta's vaccine roll out

Chief Tony Alexis criticizes Alberta's vaccine roll out

On January 19, Chief of Alexis Nakota Sioux Nation Tony Alexis, condemned the Alberta Government for its handling and distribution of its COVID vaccines. 
Keystone Pipeline cancellation impacts its First Nation investors in Alberta

Keystone Pipeline cancellation impacts its First Nation investors in Alberta

While it’s clear that Biden has thrown a wrench into the Federal and Provincial Government’s plans, they are not the only ones affected as First Nations from Alberta and Saskatchewan have also promised to invest money into the Keystone pipeline.
Vaccinations for First Nations delayed due to supply

Vaccinations for First Nations delayed due to supply

The number of active COVID-19 cases was 209 at Stoney Nakoda First Nations in Morley on Monday.
Vaccinations for First Nations delayed due to supply

Vaccinations for First Nations delayed due to supply

The number of active COVID-19 cases was 209 at Stoney Nakoda First Nations in Morley on Monday.
Author, playwright Maria Campbell says conciliation begins with self

Author, playwright Maria Campbell says conciliation begins with self

Campbell is a much-credentialed scholar, the recipient of honourary doctorates, a published author and playwright, fluent in four languages, and Officer of the Order of Canada.
COVID vaccinations begin on Alberta First Nations amid rising numbers and states of emergencies

COVID vaccinations begin on Alberta First Nations amid rising numbers and states of emergencies

Alberta Health says individuals on First Nations reserves aged 65 and up are currently prioritized in Phase 1B of the province’s vaccination schedule slated for February.