Kyle Muzyka is a Métis journalist on secondment for CBC Unreserved. He's worked at CBC Yellowknife and at CBC Edmonton for more than three years. Reach him at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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14-year-old Indian Relay racer wraps up another successful season with national championship
After a second successful season as an Indian Relay racer, 14-year-old Tyrell McGilvery can't wait to get back on the horse and do it all over again.
The next generation of Indigenous hockey players is aiming to break down stereotypes and inspire others
'I think the best thing is to just try to pave the way for others, so it shows that we aren't what they think,' says Ethan Bear of the Edmonton Oilers.
'You feel welcomed': Indigenous dancers connect at Edmonton powwow
More than 2,500 performers are expected at the National Indigenous Cultural Expo at the Edmonton Expo Centre.
Métis kayaker and Cree doctor among this year's Indspire Award winners
Twelve Indigenous people from across Canada will receive Indspire Awards this year, which honour the education and achievement of First Nations, Métis and Inuit.
U of Alberta researcher investigates resilience of Indigenous women and youth
Tracy Bear found the role of community and a responsibility to others to keep going is an important factor in resilience of Indigenous Peoples.
Only Alberta First Nation left under long-term boil water advisory to break ground on treatment plant
Kehewin Cree Nation, with about 1,400 people living in 300 houses, is breaking ground Monday on a long-awaited new water treatment plant.
Albertans out $1.5M to scams so far in 2018, more than all of last year, data shows
Albertans have been scammed out of more money so far in 2018 than in all of 2017, according to data from the Canadian Anti-Fraud Centre.
How a culture-infused military program opens doors for Canada's Indigenous youth
Dylan Carrier-Henry wanted to be a police officer, but she lacked the self-worth and self-confidence to see herself wearing that badge with pride.
'Cultural tourist': How a renowned street artist's 'Indigenous inspiration' fell flat
The mural was amazing and Okudo San Miguel's nod to Indigenous culture was certainly well-intentioned. But some he stepped over a line by suggesting Indigenous inspiration in an absence of Indigenous consultation.
What the crime severity index doesn't tell you about Edmonton's crime rate
Recent statistics from Statistics Canada show Edmonton is one of Canada's most crime-ridden cities, but the numbers don't tell the whole story, a sociologist says.
Family, teammates mourn loss of former Golden Bears point guard Greg Badger
Badger also struggled with mental health and addiction — so much so that it pushed him to take his own life. He was 47.
Alberta government apologizes for removing wreckage from plane crash memorial
Donna Wilson was surprised that the people who moved debris from a plane crash that killed her father were the same people tasked with protecting it.
How Aurora Cannabis is marketing itself before its product is legal
How do you market a product that’s not yet legal? You can’t, but you can market your brand — and that’s exactly what an Alberta-based cannabis company is doing.
March in downtown Edmonton commemorates 50th anniversary of residential school closure
The Edmonton Indian Residential School may be 50 years into the past, but the effects are still felt by survivors and their families today.
Edmonton's Indigenous writers finally being heard, Inuk author says
Norma Dunning was at the playground as an eight-year-old Inuk girl when her friends started bragging about their heritage. One kid said they were Swedish; another said they were German.