In 2019, after years of advocacy, Writing-on-Stone joined five other Alberta locations such as the Head-Smashed-In Buffalo Jump as a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
The park was declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site earlier this summer. It is the sixth place in Alberta to receive the honour.
Writing-on-Stone’s next chapter: Inside one of Alberta’s most gorgeous rodeos; Marty Klinkenberg; The Globe & Mail
For 54 years, a picturesque park in the Alberta Badlands has been home to an annual contest of cowboy culture. Now, it’s a UNESCO World Heritage Site, and organizers say the tradition will live on…
Newest inscription on the UNESCO World Heritage List comes to Alberta while others still at risk; Drew Thomas; The Gauntlet
The United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) announced the addition of Writing-on-Stone/Áísínai’pi as the province of Alberta’s sixth World Heritage Site, during the 43rd session of its World Heritage Committee in Baku, Azerbaijan on July 10.
Alberta’s Writing-On-Stone Provincial Park Named Canada’s 20th UNESCO World Heritage Site; Helena Hanson; Narcity
It takes the grand total of Canada’s ‘World Heritage Sites’ up to 20!
Writing-on-Stone Provincial Park has just been designated as a World Heritage Site by the United Nations Educational, Scientific, and Cultural Organization.
An ancient sacred place in Alberta, Writing-on-Stone / Áísínai’pi, is now the latest Canadian entry to the UNESCO World Heritage list.