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Best of the World: Nat Geo recognizes Indigenous tourism in Alberta among top destinations
Tourism experiences invite travellers to experience new perspectives on the land and its people.
Canada’s first Métis cultural destination officially opens in Smoky Lake
A 688-acre Métis cultural destination celebrated it’s grand opening on Sunday September 25th in Smoky Lake.
Métis Crossing Alberta
Canada’s first Métis cultural destination opens & it has a lodge, campground and wildlife park
Métis Nation of Alberta marks historic return of bison to traditional lands
The Métis Nation of Alberta says the arrival of 20 wood bison at a site northeast of Edmonton is a milestone for reconciliation.
Indigenous tourism’s role in reconciliation in Northern Alberta
Guests can stay overnight in the colder months at Métis Crossing, just outside of Smoky Lake
25 Things to Do This Fall in East Central Alberta
Fall is a perfect time to take your road trip or a day trip to East Central Alberta.
Alberta’s First Major Métis Cultural Interpretive Destination
Alberta Mamas visits Métis Crossing with her two oldest kids for an immersive experience.
Discover a Side of Indigenous Canada at Métis Crossing, Newly Expanding in 2022
From left: Lilyrose Meyers, the Knowledge Holder at Métis Crossing; a rare white buffalo.
Where the bison roam again: In Alberta, the Métis Crossing cultural centre
Following the creaking wheels of the horse-drawn Red River cart, I join a group
A 5-Day Road Trip Through Indigenous Alberta
It’s easier than ever to find an authentic Indigenous tourism experience in Canada
Bison Indigenous Culture Alberta
Buffalo helped build the Métis Nation until European settlers hunted them to their near-extinction.
Exploring Alberta’s First Métis Cultural Site
The undisturbed snow glistened like a blanket of pearls in the afternoon
20 Best Places to Travel in Canada for 2022 Time for Indigenous Tourism
Five years ago, Canada was at the beginning of a series of parties that were akin