Nation-Based Sovereign-Based Government

FNT2T Regional office meets with Gambler First Nation

June 26, 2020

Treaty 2 Territory – Chief Dave Ledoux and council of Gambler First Nation met with Regional Office Keeper Scott Lynxleg on June 25, 2020. Justice and Peacekeeping was one of the topics that were discussed. Chief Ledoux stated that there is a need for our own policing system in our communities. The current system is not working and has not worked for our people. The leadership has completed their own local constitution, election, and membership laws for their community. They have been sent for legal review and will be ratified this year by community vote. Gambler First Nation continues to move forward in economic development with their economic zone in Brandon, Mb.


Rocanville Potash mine near Gambler First Nation

Jordan Principle new play structure in Gambler First Nation

There will be a cultural centre built this year for the community to host cultural events for the members. Gambler continues to move forward in building a future for the next generation of members. FNT2T government continues to support Gambler First Nation in law and nation development.
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Scott Lynxleg
Regional Office Keeper
FNT2T (First Nations Treaty 2 Territory)

Last modified: June 26, 2020

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