Alberta is taking steps towards meaningful reconciliation with Indigenous Peoples.
Reconciliation is a journey of education and action to improve relations between Indigenous and non-Indigenous people. It is ongoing and active, and it starts with acknowledging the truth about Canada’s residential school system and colonial origins.
Alberta’s government is committed to collaborating with Indigenous communities and walking the path toward reconciliation together. This work has already begun, and it will continue to be a priority for our province.
For more on most recent actions implemented in Alberta and to view the Canada’s Truth and Reconciliation Commission Action Plan. This Action Plan sets out a path for reconciliation with achievable targets. Of the 94 calls to action, 29 fall within provincial jurisdiction. Alberta has made progress on 24 of these 29 calls to action.