Ward O-day’min is located in the heart of Treaty Six and the heart of Edmonton. From time immemorial, diverse Indigenous Nations have stewarded these lands, including the Nê hiyawak, Nahkawininiwak, Nakota Isga, Dëne Sųłıné, and Niitsitapi. Many more First Nations, Métis, and Inuit peoples have gathered, traded, and celebrated on this land. This place also forms part of the Métis Homeland and is within Métis Nation of Alberta Region 4.
The signing of Treaty No. 6 in 1886-1887 created a foundation of good relations, welcoming peoples to this area from around the world. Today, Ward O-day’min carries on this tradition of welcoming peoples from many nations, as we continue to live into the spirit and intent of treaty. Learn more here.
Ward O-day'min map
O-day'min includes the communities of Blatchford, Queen Mary Park, Boyle Street, Central McDougall, Downtown, McCauley, Oliver, Prince Rupert, Riverdale, Rossdale, Spruce Avenue, Westmount, Westwood.
O-day'min is called home by 70,000+ individuals, the majority of which are under the age of 35 and live in apartments.