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A new work of art by Alberta artist Alex Janvier now looks down upon members of the Alberta legislative assembly in the chamber.Sunrise and Sunset, a diptych, was unveiled Monday with an "honour song" featuring traditional Indigenous drummers, a prayer and...read more
First Nations students are learning how to protect the environment through a new waste management program. The Green Employment Pilot Project being offered by the Tribal Chief Employment and Training Services Association (TCETSA), has participants training in the...read more
Today, the Honourable Amarjeet Sohi, Minister of Natural Resources, announced the second part of the Government’s path forward to address the Court’s August 30, 2018, decision on TMX.read more
This national forest week, learn more about forest sociology with the Chief Scientist, Donna Kirkwood.read more
As a child, art gave Indigenous painter Alex Janvier escape from the horrors of residential school. As an adult, it’s given him nationwide fame and communion with his culture. Watch him prepare for his upcoming exhibit in Italy and muse on his legacy.read more
Last week, the Regional Water Commission were notified the province would be funding the $11-million overage for the regional waterline. According to Town of Bonnyville Mayor Gene Sobolewski, who is also the chair for the Regional Water Commission, it couldn’t have...read more
Bonnyville Native Friendship Centre program coordinator Alania Sanregret feels the federal government’s announcement of a statutory holiday to honour the survivors of residential schools is a step in the right direction, however there’s a long way to go when it comes...read more
The Town of Bonnyville wants to learn more about the Cold Lake First Nation’s (CLFN) land use plan. During their regular council meeting on June 26, the Town of Bonnyville discussed a letter sent by CLFN outlining a plan for their lands and resources....read more
CLFN Member Alex Angnaluak was awarded first place over 500 submissions in the prestigious Historica Canada Indigenous Arts and Stories contest.
“My ultimate dream as an artist is to have a solo exhibition at the National Gallery of Canada,” says 24-year-old artist Alex Angnaluak, who was born in Cold Lake.
After getting first place in the prestigious Historica Canada Indigenous Arts and Stories contest last year, and now enrolled in a fine arts course at Algonquin College in Ottawa, he’s well on his way.read more
A man living in a shack without running water for more than 12 years on a northern Alberta reserve is asking for help.read more