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Town of Jasper Land Acknowledgement 


 The Municipality of Jasper respects and acknowledges that the present-day Municipality of Jasper sits on the ancestral and Traditional Territories of Indigenous Peoples. Through the use of a territorial acknowledgement, the Municipality of Jasper:

  • honours the relationship between this land and the Indigenous Peoples that were present and thrived in this area since time immemorial; 
  • acknowledges the past and ongoing impacts of the colonization of Indigenous Peoples and lands;
  • recognizes the present-day relationship Indigenous Peoples have with this area; and
  • commits to ongoing reconciliation efforts in partnership with those whose Traditional Territory the Municipality of Jasper occupies.

Read the Municipality of Jasper Land Acknowledgement Policy

September 30th 2021 

National Day for Truth and Reconciliation 

With support from the Municipality of Jasper, The Jasper Film club hosted a free outdoor screening of the film Resilient: The Aseniwuche Winewak Story on National Day for Truth and Reconciliation. 

Watch the Resilient: The Aseniwuche Winewak Story. 

Indigenous Partners of the Jasper National Park area: 

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