Three days in the Edmonton-Jasper region filled with Indigenous perspectives

Long before it was the festival and political capital of the province of Alberta, the area of amiskwaciy-wâskahikan, also known as the city of Edmonton, was a traditional gathering place for many nations. It remains that way today, both as a vibrant, modern metropolis and as a place of cultural…
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The ultimate Indigenous experience itinerary for the best 4-day trip to Calgary and Banff

A trip to Alberta’s biggest city isn’t complete without taking in some of the diverse Indigenous cultures of Treaty 7 territory, which includes the the Siksika (Blackfoot), Kainai (Blood), Piikani (Peigan), Stoney-Nakoda, and Tsuut’ina (Sarcee), as well as the people of Metis region 3. Check out this four-day itinerary that…
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Four Can’t-Miss Indigenous Holiday Shopping Markets in Alberta in 2021

Indigenous entrepreneurs offer holiday cheer and authentic, locally-made gifts and crafts. Debbie Olsen It’s beginning to look a lot like Christmas and that means holiday shopping. Everyone knows that the best gifts usually don’t come from a shopping mall. Handcrafted gifts always trump items bought at a…
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Alberta Indigenous Tourism Summit 2021

Join us to learn, grow and share at the 3rd annual Indigenous Tourism Alberta Summit, a two-day gathering of over 300 Indigenous tourism operators and supporters sharing opportunities to build, grow and succeed as Indigenous businesses. Indigenous Tourism Alberta has organized a two-days of speakers, panels, and group discussions to…
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