The First Nations Interpretation Internship at Writing-on-Stone Provincial Park celebrates authentic cultural heritage, while also being future-focused.

It demonstrates an innovative way of bridging past, present and future, using traditions and technology.

This success story illustrates the value of strategic leaders who empower and trust staff to collaborate, innovate, and form partnerships.

Writing-on-Stone/Áísínai'pi is an important place for First Nations, who have respectfully visited the landscape for spiritual purposes for thousands of years.

Considered to be the most sacred place within Blackfoot traditional territory, Áísínai'pi is still used by First Nations leaders who visit to observe their history and stories depicted in the rock art, and perform ceremonies to communicate with the spirit world.


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