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We honour the culture, heritage, and contributions of Indigenous people and stand with the Indigenous community in our local commitment to Truth & Reconciliation.
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The City of Red Deer acknowledges the Indigenous traditional territories represented by Treaty 6 and Treaty 7 as the land The City is situated on.
This land is also acknowledged by The City as a historic Métis gathering site.
The goal of The City of Red Deer is to work together with Indigenous peoples in building a welcoming and inclusive community.