How I rediscovered my Blackfoot heritage through a voice from the past

What is Treaty 7?

Treaty 7 was signed on Sept. 21, 1877 between the Blackfoot Confederacy, Tsuut’ina Nation, Stoney-Nakoda Nation and Her Majesty Queen Victoria. Legally, the treaty, called iniitsii in Blackfoot, meant that Indigenous people would relinquish their traditional territory and allow European settlers to... well, settle.

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5 tips to build your brand: Calgary designer weighs in

There were nearly 900 million websites in the world in 2015, according to Internet Live Stats.

Fast-forward to now, and the number balloons to just over 1 billion.

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Journey to the past: WWI memorials explored

If you want to visit World War I memorials, go in August where the grass is at its greenest.

It provides a stark contrast to the grey headstones of buried soldiers. Visit it the early afternoon, preferably when it is raining. The overcast skies and the pattering of the rain against the leaves and muddy ground create a background sound to otherwise entirely silent surroundings.

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Intergenerational stress a product of rising Aboriginal teen pregnancy

It was early in the morning and the room was still dark as Joy Thunder found herself head down, crying into a mattress.

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