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Each June, we commemorate National Indigenous History Month in Canada to recognize the history, heritage, and diversity of our country’s First Nations, Inuit, and Métis peoples.

Alberta is filled with incredible, authentic Indigenous experiences. Among them is Writing-on-Stone/Áísínai’pi, a breathtaking spot in Southern Alberta with deep cultural and spiritual roots. Writing-on-Stone gets its name from the ancient rock art among its sandstone cliffs (the Blackfoot name of Áísínai’pi means “where the writings are”).

Named a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 2019, it has been a sacred place for generations of Blackfoot people, who have lived here for at least 10,000 years. The rock carvings and paintings depict sacred people, spirits, battles, journeys, and moments over the years.

Immerse yourself in the story of one family and their connection to the place – and find out more about how you can experience Indigenous culture in Alberta.

And, keep an eye on our industry Twitter and LinkedIn channels this month, where we will be highlighting and recognizing these fascinating cultures.

A tour group at Writing on Stone Provincial Park
Writing-on-Stone Provincial Park, Southern Alberta, Canada.

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