- Renewed a protocol agreement with the Blackfoot Confederacy as a foundation for working closely together.
- Signed a protocol agreement with the Stoney Nakoda-Tsuu’tina Tribal Council for discussion on matters of mutual concern.
- Worked with the Human Trafficking Task Force to prevent human trafficking and protect and empower survivors.
- Provided $3.67 million via the Employment Partnership Program to support Indigenous people in training and employment.
- Operated the First Nations Development Fund, which provides grants for economic, social and community projects.
- Strengthened Indigenous participation in Alberta’s $1-billion Site Rehabilitation Program.
- Redesigned the Indigenous Housing Capital Program to offer more flexibility and autonomy for Indigenous communities to build affordable housing.
- Partnered with the federal government to fund affordable homes and create jobs at the Elizabeth Metis Settlement.
Working with Indigenous communities, the federal government, industry and other stakeholders to support strong, vibrant Indigenous communities and people who fully participate in a prosperous, competitive and diverse Alberta. The ministry is also responsible for:
- promoting social and economic opportunities for Indigenous Peoples
- co-leading Indigenous training for all Alberta public servants
- working with other ministries to develop opportunities for Indigenous Peoples to influence land and resource management decisions.
Grants to 5 urban Indigenous organizations will help Indigenous people stay connected to their cultures and support their well-being.
The call for applications is now open for community-owned Indigenous businesses seeking capital grants.
Supporting well-being for Indigenous women
Three grants will help provide Indigenous women in Alberta with the skills and support they need to find careers and improve their livelihoods.
Stopping the violence against two-spirit people
Edmonton 2 Spirit Society is receiving a provincial grant to create a safer future for missing and murdered two-spirit people, survivors and their families.
Reclaiming Indigenous names
Residential school survivors and their families can file for a legal name change to traditional Indigenous names at no cost.
- Jun 30, 2022
Indigenous community-owned businesses can apply for capital grants through the Aboriginal Business Investment Fund (ABIF) starting June 30.
- Jun 23, 2022
A new expression of interest invites Indigenous artists to design a monument in memory of children who died at residential schools.
- Jun 22, 2022
Grants to five urban Indigenous organizations will help Indigenous people stay connected to their cultures and support their well-being.