Treaty 2 Territory – The Manitoba Wildlife Federation and FNT2T will be delivering a training program through the Life Long Learning to certify FNT2T members to deliver the Hunter Education Training program within their Local Nations. This will be a two day training session, the first day will focus on Anishinaabe traditions and Natural Laws that have been followed by our people since time immemorial. The second day will focus on the technical aspect of the Hunter Education program. The Manitoba Wildlife Federation and FNT2T will offer administrative support to the successful candidates who wish to deliver Hunter Education to their members.
Those who wish to become trainers will be expected to travel to and spend one night in Dauphin. Mileage, accommodations and meals will be covered. The dates will be finalized at a later date.
Successful applicants will have to meet some eligibility criteria:
-A current criminal records check or a copy of your PAL
-A current Child Abuse Registry Check
-these are two examples of the eligibility criteria
Hunter Education is not mandatory for Indigenous people but as our young people return back to land based activities, we have a responsibility to ensure theirs and others safety while on the land. Hunter Education can play a role in any land based activities.
We are looking for one individual from each of our nations. If you wish to be included on the list please email firstname.lastname@example.org
Ron Missyabit. Natural World Keeper
Government, First Nations in Treaty 2 Territory (FNT2T)
Tel: 204.638.3797 Ext 1008
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Last modified: August 19, 2020