Treaty 2 Territory – Quinton Beaulieu, 17, is a member of Ka Ka Kwe Ke Jeong Anishinaabe Nation.
Quinton grew up in Winnipeg, while spending a great amount of time visiting his grandparents Shirley and the Late Leo Beaulieu in Ebb & Flow. Currently he is attending Grade 11 at Sisler High School in Winnipeg.
Most recently, Quinton played for Sisler Spartans on both defensive and offensive ends, and is being strongly looked at by Canadian USports and D1 NCAA football programs.
In 2019, Quinton was selected for U16 Team Manitoba and however due to the Covid-10 Pandemic, he was unable to compete with U18 Team Manitoba.
Beaulieu finished his football season with Sisler with a big number of tackles, sacks and forced fumbles granting him the Sisler MVP, Most Outstanding Linemen, and Hardest Working Spartan.
Right now, Quinton continues to focus on his studies. His quiet time was interrupted recently with great news when he received an official invite for the CFC Prospects game tryout and showcase. The prospects game invites the Top 200 Canadian high school football players for a chance to play in a showcase game on TSN.
Our Treaty 2 Government is incredibly proud of all youth in pursuit of their Dreams. Today we feature Quinton and Congratulate him on his success thus far.
You can check out some of Quinton’s season highlights at;
Watch out for this young man who grew up in the North End of Winnipeg, proudly carrying roots from Ebb & Flow First Nation and Sandy Bay First Nation; he’s about to take the football world by storm.
Miigwech Giigindaman! Thanks for reading!
Marlene Davis, Communications Keeper
Last modified: January 26, 2022