We are proud to recognize many of the communities and organizations that represent the diverse population in the Oldman Watershed. Our mutual dependance on the land and water bonds us, and together we are working towards a shared future that is ecologically healthy and rich in resources.
The Hutterites are a communal people, living on hundreds of scattered bruderhöfe or colonies throughout the prairies of northwestern North America.
A 2-4 hour self-guided driving tour in Southern Alberta, near Waterton-Glacier International Peace Park. Today, Canada's Mormon trail features a mix of national and provincial historic sites, safe, walkable communities, extraordinary landscapes, and a unique cutural heritage.
Alberta SouthWest Regional Alliance (AlbertaSW) is a group of 16 communities, working together for regional economic development. The collaborative initiatives focus on creating the right environment in which balanced growth can occur, increasing prosperity for all members.
Lethbridge Family Services is a private, non-profit community agency dedicated to providing services to those in need, regardless of economic status.
Nikkei Tapestry explores the history of four generations of Japanese Canadians in southern Alberta: the Issei, Nisei, Sansei, and Yonsei. Each shares its unique story of how they balanced their own culture, heritage and assimilation into Western society.
A proud member of the Blackfoot Confederacy, the Piikani Nation remains a leader in various aspects of Aboriginal governance and have a rich history in shaping mainstream political movements in Canada that influence life on Aboriginal people.
Travel Alberta is the tourism marketing agency of the Government of Alberta. Established on April 1, 2009 as a Crown corporation, we operate under the authority of the Travel Alberta Act and a Board of Directors accountable to the Minister of Alberta Culture and Tourism.
The Blood Tribe has a population of over ten-thousand occupying approximately 549.7 square miles with a Timber Limit in the Rocky Mountains of approximately 7.5 square miles. Three rivers, the Old Man, St. Mary and Belly, border the Blood reserve. The traditional Blackfoot territory extends from the Rocky Mountains to the West; the Sand Hills to the East; to the North Saskatchewan in the North, and the Yellowstone in the South.