Experience Indigenous cultures in Alberta
Forty-eight First Nations and eight Métis settlements bring Alberta a rich tapestry of cultures, languages and ways of knowing that vary from place to place. Learning about Indigenous culture and hearing their stories makes for unforgettable experiences.
Meet Jason Carter from Little Red River Cree Nation
Jason Carter is a contemporary Indigenous artist whose artwork can be found in cities across Alberta. You can see his bold, brilliant paintings and beautiful soapstone sculptures at the Carter-Ryan Gallery, located in Canmore.
Celebrate diversity at an Alberta pride festival
Pride festivals are held annually across Alberta to celebrate the 2SLGBTQ+ community for their uniqueness, diversity and strength. The Edmonton Pride Festival has been supporting the community to be their authentic selves for more than 40 years.
The return of white bison to traditional lands
Meet Patrick Mitsuing
A World Champion Powwow dancer, artist, and motivational speaker, Patrick Mitsuing is changing stereotypes about Indigenous people through the power of dance. He is the owner and operator of Powwow Times, a non-profit organization that aims to promote Indigenous culture, and his 28-year career helped prepare him to perform at Super Bowl LVII.