Nation-Based Sovereign-Based Government

Reconciliation Park a step in moving forward in learning and understanding history in the territory

June 20, 2022

Treaty 2 Territory – FNT2T, Manitoba Metis Federation, Mountain School Division and Goose Lake Highschool took part in a opening of a Reconciliation Park in Roblin Mb on June 17,2022. This marks an important step in moving forward with reconciliation in Roblin and at the local high school. The park is located next to the Goose Lake Highschool. An opening prayer was given by Knowledge Keeper Lillian Lynxleg of the Tootinaowaziibeeng Treaty Reserve. Mountain School Division Knowledge Keeper Bev Harvey also spoke to the students and staff in attendance. A smudge was offered to all in attendance for prayer and a good day. A tree planting ceremony was done with the students and knowledge keepers.

This park is one of many events of Reconciliation in the territory and in our schools. It is important for the students to learn about the history of indigenous people and how we can work together for a positive future for the next generation. FNT2T would like to thank Goose Lake High school for the invitation to be part of this opening of a learning park for all. Please look for upcoming events in your area or school.

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

Miigwetch

Scott Lynxleg

Internal/External Keeper

FNT2T (First Nations Treaty 2 Territory)

Last modified: June 20, 2022

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