M.N.A hosts June 21 Indigenous Peoples Day event

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Lac La Biche County observed National Indigenous Peoples Day on Friday, June 21 throughout the region. It is a day that acknowledges the traditions, cultures and contributions of the First Nations and Metis communities of the area.

For more info check out the post at https://www.laclabichepost.com/article/m-n-a-hosts-june-21-indigenous-peoples-day-event-20190624?fbclid=IwAR0BSgO466NVbGX3HwVmud2jDK4QMeK08Nfj2KBLfddr2NOqueTnTuz-TwQ#prettyPhoto/0/

New Issue of Otipemisiwak Magazine Has Arrived

Our tourism issue of Otipemisiwak Magazine has finally arrived – just in time to plan your summer sightseeing!

Explore the Métis tourism industry in Alberta, and read all about Métis Crossing, Alberta’s first major Métis cultural interpretive centre! Relive Alberta Métis Fest 2019, get the low-down on the new harvesting policy, and much more!

Read the digital issue online, sign up for the mailing list, and browse past issues here: http://ow.ly/OBJd50udMjo

Next Issue of Otipemisiwak Magazine is Focused on Tourism

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Our next issue of Otipemisiwak Magazine is focused on tourism and drops in May, just in time to plan your summer sightseeing!

In the meantime, check out the last issue. In the “Health and Wellness” issue, we talk mental health with Métis yoga Instructor Danielle Murray, learn from Métis Doula Noreen Utri’s wisdom, and chat with two young women about their success on soccer world stage.

Read the digital issue online, sign up for the mailing list, and browse past issues here: http://albertametis.com/otipemisiwak-magazine/