Indigenous relations

Resources, policy and services for First Nation and Métis peoples in Alberta.


The Alberta government is committed to renewing its relationship with Indigenous peoples based on trust and respectful engagement.

Establishes effective relationships, legislation, policies and initiatives that contribute to strong and vibrant communities and people.

Find relevant, up-to-date information for all parties involved in an Indigenous consultation process for regulated activities.

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

Improving education outcomes and creating opportunities for First Nations, Métis and Inuit students in Alberta.

Listing of organizations, services and information for Indigenous peoples in Alberta.

Alberta is a leader in Canada in settling land claims, with 14 treaty land entitlement claims settled since 1986.

See a map of First Nations Reserves and Metis Settlements located in Alberta.

Alberta’s government works with Métis communities and organizations in Alberta to build strong, vibrant and sustainable communities.

Initiatives to help improve relations between Indigenous and non-Indigenous people and acknowledge the truth about residential schools.