Livia Manywounds is a reporter with the CBC in Calgary, a rodeo competitor and a proud member of the Tsuut’ina First Nation.
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Indigenous-designed blanket shares history and meaningful gift giving
A Siksika family-owned business incorporates Blackfoot history to create a ceremonial blanket that's turning heads
Slain First Nation hockey player honoured by southern Alberta town
Murdered Siksika Nation hockey player honoured in Strathmore ceremony as part of National Indigenous Peoples Day ceremonies
Front line Children Services Workers learn from Indigenous elders out on the land
20 Indigenous elders gathered together for a land-based conference that covered cultural knowledge, traditions and Indigenous teachings.
University and physicians team up to cut back on patient opioid use
A new online course for Alberta physicians aims to reduce opioid use among patients. The University of Calgary, along with partners, created a course to train family doctors to do their part in opioid reduction.
Historical Blackfoot artifacts to be recreated as 3D models through U of L project
A University of Lethbridge research team and some Blackfoot elders are heading to Europe to create 3D renditions of Blackfoot artifacts in European museums
Stoney Nakoda students dedicate concert to out-of-this-world Canadian icon
Stoney Nakoda students were researching Canadian space-themed songs when they decided to pay tribute to Chris Hadfield, who gained global fame for his musical performances aboard the International Space Station.
Stoney Nakoda Nation's new travel centre expected to spur more development
The 6,000-square-foot travel centre offers highway travellers an Esso gas bar and a Tim Hortons — adjacent to the Stoney Nakoda Resort & Casino.
Aboriginal Awareness Week Calgary aims for multicultural audience
The organizers of the annual Aboriginal Awareness Week Calgary are looking to build a relationship with people of diverse ethnic backgrounds.
Alberta Indigenous artisans selected to participate in trade mission to Tokyo
Three First Nation entrepreneurs from Alberta will join others from across Canada to showcase their art and culture in Japan in July.
Piikani Nation opioid support group first of its kind in southern Alberta
The Piikani Nation now offers a free opioid support group for its community members affected by the drug. An opioid support group hosted by the Peigan Prevention Counselling Services is a first for the Piikani Nation in southern Alberta.
New fund helps 'absolutely incredible' Indigenous women grow their businesses
Indigenous women leaders will have a new options to grow their businesses through a new fund offering loans.
Native American activist calls on Canadian First Nations to sue opioid makers
An activist and advocate for Native Americans and tribal issues is calling on Canadian First Nations to take action against opioid producers.
'Hope and having purpose': Ex-NHL Indigenous player visits southern Alberta First Nation
Siksika First Nation members gathered to listen to Jordin Tootoo, a professional Inuit athlete from Nunavut who travels throughout Canada to speak with Indigenous people.
Stoney Nakoda Elder who fought for her home during the holidays stands her ground
Last November, Rhonda Kaquitts received her first eviction notice from the law firm MLT Aikins, acting on behalf of the Chiniki chief and council.
Century Downs to host Canadian Indian Relay Racing Championships
In its third season, the Canadian Indian Relay Racing Association is set to call Calgary home for its 2019 championship finals in the fall.