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 Blood Tribe Chief Roy Fox and Minister of Crown-Indigenous Relations, Carolyn Bennett SIGN MoU
Blood Tribe Chief Roy Fox and Minister of Crown-Indigenous Relations, Carolyn Bennett SIGN MoU LethbridgeNewsNOW.com

Memorandum of Understanding signed by Blood Tribe and Federal Government

By Lara Fominoff (@LaraFominoff on Twitter)
July 8, 2018 - 7:14am

LETHBRIDGE --  In an effort to renew the relationship between the Federal Government and the Blood Tribe and to work towards reconciliation, an MoU (Memorandum of Understanding) has been jointly signed by Blood Tribe Chief Roy Fox, and Minister of Crown-Indigenous Relations, Caro

Zach Running Coyote says he was the victim of a racist incident at this McDonald's restaurant in south Red Deer Friday night. (Photo Courtesy rdnewsNow)

*WARNING*- Vulgar Language* -Indigenous actor describes alleged racist incident at Red Deer restaurant

By Josh Hall and Troy Gillard (RDNews Now)
June 26, 2018 - 1:53pm

RED DEER -  “I hate you, Canada, for teaching people to treat me this way.”

An Indigenous actor shared these comments on social media soon after he says he was on the receiving end of a racist tirade at a McDonald’s restaurant in south Red Deer.

(L to R): Principal Fred Hines, Elder Fred Campiou, Elder Jeanette Lean, Elder Francis Whiskeyjack, Gerald Cunningham, Minister Ceci, Minister Feehan, Shelagh Dunn, Elder Leith Campbell and Elder Don Langford.
(L to R): Principal Fred Hines, Elder Fred Campiou, Elder Jeanette Lean, Elder Francis Whiskeyjack, Gerald Cunningham, Minister Ceci, Minister Feehan, Shelagh Dunn, Elder Leith Campbell and Elder Don Langford. Government of Alberta

Alberta government staffers to take day course on indigenous history, culture

By The Canadian Press
June 19, 2018 - 10:24am

EDMONTON -- Alberta is launching a three-year program to help all government staffers better understand indigenous culture and history.

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