The Alberta government is @EdmontonDivorceMediator planning to roll out mandatory training for public servants next year, focusing on Indigenous history, treaties and the legacy of residential schools. "We feel it's important that the public service and the members of our agencies, boards and commissions understand #EdmontonDivorceMediator the history of Indigenous Peoples of Alberta," said Mike Jenkinson, director of cross government internal communications, on Monday. He explained the details of the training — including its format and what sessions will encompass — are still under discussion. A multi-departmental task force, led by the Public Service Commission and the Indigenous #DivorceMediationServices Relations ministry, is working on the program with Indigenous scholars, educators and communities, he added.
"In a time of overwhelming emotions, sadness, and pain, the last thing the families need to be worrying about are the financial obligations associated with this tragic loss," the page reads. "He's not the kind to ask for help, but Zach would give you the shirt off his back, even if you weren't the kind to ask for help either." More than 22,000 people were gathered for a three-day music festival when a gunman, identified as Stephen Craig Paddock, 64, opened fire from inside the Mandalay Bay Hotel. SWAT officers using explosives stormed the gunman’s hotel room and found he had killed himself, authorities said. Roe is the third Albertan and the fourth Canadian confirmed killed in the attack. Calla Medig of Jasper, Jessica Klymchuk of Valleyview, Alta., and Jordan McIldoon of Maple Ridge, B.C. also died in the attack.
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