Kakesimokamik Healing Garden Opening

St. Albert opened its Healing Garden on September 15th, 2017 on a beautiful spot along the Sturgeon River with the guidance of Elder Tony Arcand and Residential School Survivors. With Protocol and Pipe Ceremony the morning was set. Residents and community members from across the region gathered to acknowledge the history of the residential schools […]


AMA presentation on the Michel Band exhibition

On September 23rd, 2017, staff of the Musée Heritage Museum presented at the joint conference of the Alberta Museums Association and the Western Museum Association, “Unite 2017“. Joanne White, Celina Loyer and Jessie Loyer talked about how the exhibit came to be and how the Band and museum worked together to tell this important story. […]


Summer 2017 at the Museum and Heritage Sites

As the weather continues to get colder, let us look back fondly at the warm summer months of 2017 with a review of some of what went on at the museum and heritage sites… Summer “officially” starts for us with the opening of our heritage sites to the public in mid-May. Our first big summer […]


The Michel Band exhibition opening

Thank you to everyone who attended the Michel Band exhibition opening at the Musée Héritage Museum on September 28, 2017. It was one of the largest turnouts we’ve had for one of our exhibition openings and we were very honoured that members, family, and friends of the Michel Band First Nation were able to attend […]


Celebrate Archives Week 2017!

Each year, the Archives Society of Alberta (ASA) celebrates Archives Week to promote archives in our province in conjunction with the release of the annual ASA calendar. The theme for this year’s Archives Week is “Alberta and the Great War”, commemorating the 100th anniversary of the end of the First World War next year in […]