Nation-Based Sovereign-Based Government

FNT2T nations and organizations wear “Pink Shirts” in support of anti-bullying in the Treaty 2 Territory

February 27, 2021

Treaty 2 Territory – Wednesday February 24th was a day of awareness in the Treaty 2 Territory. This day was known as “Pink Shirt Day” an awareness day of anti-bullying and stopping it in our nations. Throughout the treaty 2 territory many nations wore pink shirts in support and awareness against bullying in our nations. From Ochichakosipi to Tootinaowaziibeeng school, these were just a few nations and organizations to promote the anti-bullying campaign.

Please take a moment to think of how bullying affects a child or anyone in a family. Everyone needs support if they are in a bullying situation, we need to address the bullying and tell someone. This day of awareness is on February 24 of every year, so please wear a “Pink Shirt” in support of making our nations a safe place to live and learn. FNT2T would like to thank all the people who wore a “Pink Shirt” on this day.

For more information, please visit our website: www.fnt2t.com or our facebook page.

Miigwetch

Scott Lynxleg

Regional Office Keeper – Dauphin

FNT2T (First Nations Treaty 2 Territory)

Last modified: February 27, 2021

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