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Governance, Life Long Learning and Restorative Peacekeeping was focus with Knowledge Council

July 28, 2020

Treaty 2 Territory – On Tuesday July 28, 2020, the FNT2T Knowledge Council met to discuss governance, restorative Peacekeeping and the accreditation of programs at the LLL Lodge. Almost all representatives from Local Nations from the Government of FNT2T was in attendance. Chief Bone of Keeseekoowenin and Chief Catcheway were in attendance to listen to the updates and presentations by the Knowledge Council.

Knowledge Keeper Elsi Marzden, Skownan opened up the Council with a prayer and greetings during this time of Covid-19. Louis Malcolm, Chair started off with introductions and opening statements. On the agenda for discussion was governance, administration, Life Long Learning, Restorative Peacekeeping and the next steps forward for the Local Nations and Government of FNT2T Treasury and Trust.

The Knowledge Council is made up of Knowledge Keepers/Holders from each Local Nation who meet regularly to review and give guidance in all areas of governance, the Inherent Right to Govern and history of the people of Treaty 2 Territory.

Kristian Stagg, a FNT2T Youth Council representative from Pinaymootang was in attendance to listen to the presentations and discussions.

The FNT2T Youth Council will be meeting in August 2020 to discuss the youth issues in the territory. The Knowledge Council continues to be a strong advocate for the Inherent Right to Govern as a Nation, Government and Territory and history of the people of Treaty 2 Territory.

Knowledge Council

Chief Cameron Catcheway of Skownan and Louie Malcolm of Ebb and Flow


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Scott Lynxleg

Regional Office – Dauphin

FNT2T (First Nation Treaty 2 Territory)

Last modified: July 29, 2020

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