Alberta region


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There are 45 First Nations in Alberta. As of October 2008, the province is home to 13% of the total Registered Indian status population in Canada.

The most commonly spoken First Nations languages in the province are Blackfoot, Cree, Chipewyan, Dene, Sarcee and Stoney (Nakoda Sioux).

Indigenous Peoples in Alberta

Find maps of First Nations communities and the Métis identity population in the region.

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COVID-19 office closures

To help prevent the spread of COVID-19, our office is closed for in-person services for Indian status and the secure status card until further notice. You can still apply by mail.

Services will continue to be available by phone during business hours.

For general information on how to apply and confirm what documents you need to submit, please visit Indian status or contact Public enquiries.

Edmonton office

9700 Jasper Avenue

In person: Room 140

Mailing address: Suite 630
630 Canada Place
Edmonton, AB  T5J 4G2

Telephone: 780-495-2773
Fax: 780-495-4088
Service hours (by phone only): Monday to Friday, 8 am to 4 pm Mountain time.

Tsuut'ina office

9911 Chiila Boulevard, Suite 300
Tsuut'ina, AB  T2W 6H6
Telephone: 403-292-5901
Fax: 403-292-6903
Service hours (by phone only): Monday to Friday, 8 am to 4 pm Mountain time.

For health-related enquiries visit First Nations and Inuit health regional offices.

For all other enquiries visit Public enquiries.

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