A provincial state of emergency remains in effect due to numerous wildfires.

For wildfire related information, call the 24-hour info line at 310-4455 (available in 200+ languages) or visit

Indigenous cultures

Indigenous heritage program, Frog Lake historic site, Okotoks Erratic, National Aboriginal Day and repatriation of sacred objects.

Services and information

Métis Week celebrates the heritage, history and contributions of Métis people to Alberta and Canada with events held across the province.

In the mid-1880s, aggressive government attempts to settle First Nations people on reserves set off a violent backlash at Frog Lake.

Working with Indigenous communities to preserve and protect the cultural heritage sites that are an important part of Alberta’s heritage.

Learn about the histories, languages and cultures of First Nations and Métis people and the Inuit.

This prominent southern Alberta geological landmark is a historical site of great spiritual significance to the Blackfoot peoples.

Legislation that places ceremonial objects that are vital to the practice of traditional ceremonies back into active use.

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