Heather Morigeau (she/they) is a mixed-Indigenous Two Spirit social entrepreneur, permaculture designer, artist and activist. They are a member of the Métis Nation of Alberta, with ancestral connections to the Ktunaxa Nation, as well as Cree, French, German and Celtic heritage. Her ancestors are celebrated at the Museum in Golden BC.
Heather is the founder of FoodScape Cooperative, an Indigenous-led landscape design social enterprise. They are also the Project Manager for the Miyawaki Tiny Forest Project with the Calgary Climate Hub, and maintain their professional art practice at Nvrlnd Arts Studio in Calgary. Heather is committed to social justice through advocacy and policy development for the Two Spirit LGBTQAI+ community, Indigenous rights, including Land Back initiatives and prioritizing Reconciliation grant funding going towards Indigenous-led organizations over organizations that have recently adopted Indigenous programming.
They support anti-racism efforts, women's rights, poverty alleviation and wealth taxation for Universal Basic Income, mental health and addiction services including decriminalizing illicit substances, decriminalizing sex work and reallocating provincial funds spent on policing these issues into health and social services. Heather is also the Mental Health and Addictions critic for the Alberta Greens, and believes the province can better serve Albertans who rely on programs such as AISH through initiatives such as ending the spouse penalty and raising payments to reflect the growing cost of living in the province.