Alberta Sweetgrass: 2015

Helper works with inner city ministry to reach Aboriginal population

An emerging Metis voice on the music scene

Hate to Hope movement grows (photo)

Title of honourary witness acknowledges work already undertaken by Sainte-Marie

Conference to explore partnerships between Aboriginal community, United Church

Aboriginal garden to be a community gathering place

Edmonton News Briefs – July, 2015 (photo)

Graphic Novel depicts thesis work on violence and traditional healing

Business association aims to make Edmonton Aboriginal Business Capital of Canada

Notley, new Cabinet sworn in (photo)

Artwork reflects the Mill Woods experience

Alberta rallies part of solidarity move (photo)

Edmonton News Briefs – April, 2015 (photo)

First Nation, association team up to provide workplace training

Aboriginal physician sees cultural connections as medicine

Aboriginal cleric honoured for advocacy work

Protestors take to the streets over anti-terrorism bill (photo)

Edmonton News Briefs – March 2015 (photo/caption)

Rubaboo emerging as a major Aboriginal festival

Edmonton Aboriginal News Briefs – February 2015 (photo/caption)

Too many young Aboriginal children live in poverty

Police officer’s promotion sparks protest

Book offers first-hand stories of survivors

Software to revitalize, support Indigenous languages (also published in Windspeaker)

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