Experience Guide | Tourism Medicine Hat
INDIGENOUS SPACES & PLACES
Land Acknowledgement We acknowledge that Southern Alberta is situated on Treaty 7 and Treaty 4 territory, traditional lands of the Siksika (Blackfoot), Kainai (blood), Pikani (Peigan), Stoney-Nakoda, and Tsuut`ina (Sarcee) as well as the
Today, Southern Alberta is home to a diverse population of Indigenous peoples, which now includes Métis Region 3, Inuit, and other Indigenous peoples. We recognize the contributions Indigenous peoples have made, both in shaping and strengthening this commu nity in particular.
We acknowledge that the Blackfoot Confederacy never surrendered its land in the signing of Treaty 7 but agreed to share it. We recognize and deeply appreciate Blackfoot peoples’ connec tion to this place. We acknowledge that we, as people living and benefiting on these lands, are accountable to the laws and protocols of the people who have cared for this land. It is our intention to continue learning how to honour this responsibility and relationship.
Cree, Sioux and the Saulteaux bands of the Ojibwa peoples.
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