Floyd Black Horse

Former reporter, CBC Indigenous

Floyd Black Horse was a CBC Indigenous reporter, Blackfoot from Siksika nation, covering Indigenous stories in Treaty 6, 7 and 8.

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Meet 3 Indigenous women entrepreneurs promoting wellness and culture

Three Indigenous women entrepreneurs are promoting wellness and culture through hiking tours, clothing, and skin care products.

O'Chiese students and teachers participate in trapper education course

O'Chiese First Nation students recently learned fur trapping skills and earned their Alberta certification.

Blackfoot puppeteer spreads humour, anti-bullying messages with Indigenous characters

DerRic Starlight is a Blackfoot puppeteer from the Tsuut'ina Nation near Calgary who followed his dreams into a career.

Alberta First Nations hold clinics offering elders 3rd dose of COVID-19 vaccine

On the Tsuut’ina Nation outside Calgary, their mobile health clinic is giving community elders a third dose of COVID-19 vaccine.

First Nations teen Indigenizes Edmonton Elks team logo for orange T-shirt

A First Nations student has re-designed the Edmonton Elks logo for an orange T-shirt raising awareness of residential schools, with proceeds going to sports programs for Indigenous youth.

Academy week gives Sunchild First Nation students new learning opportunities

Sunchild First Nation School students get the opportunity to do anything from computer programming to horseback riding to cultural activities during academy week, a hands-on learning experience.

Blood reserve rockhunter brings iridescent fossil shells 'back to the world'

Wes Eaglechild, from Blood Tribe reserve 148, has been rock collecting since receiving his Surface Mining Collection permit from the community a decade ago.

2 public artworks unveiled in Calgary for National Day of Truth and Reconciliation

The artists behind a new mural and a digital app are aiming to create dialogue and public engagement in Calgary for Canada's inaugural National Day for Truth and Reconciliation on Sept. 30.

Moose butchering workshop at Tsuut'ina Nation aims to pass on traditional knowledge

Ginger and David One Spot have opened up their campground on the Tsuut'ina Nation near Calgary this month to teach families traditional ways of handling, smoking and packaging wild meat.

Morley Pride to hold its 3rd Two-Spirit Celebration Saturday

The Morley reserve, located about 60 kilometres west of Calgary, will hold its third Two-Spirit Celebration Saturday.