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Spring in Treaty 2

Aniin, May is here and summer is on its way. It has been another great week in FNiT2T. On Monday May 06, 2019 Keeseekoowenin First Nation hosted an open house for the community on Treaty 2 government and the governance initiative. It was well attended by community members. Treaty 2 staff did a presentation on …

May 22, 2019

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Treaty 2 in Ebb and Flow

W Aniin, FNiT2T (First Nations in Treaty 2 Territory  was in the beautiful community of Ebb and Flow on Tuesday April 23, 2019 for an open house. It was well attended by the youth from the school and community members along with Elders. There will be a governance committee meeting in Ebb and Flow on …

May 14, 2019

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Open House Lake Manitoba

It was another fast paced week in the Treaty 2 governance iniatitive. An open house was hosted by Lake Manitoba First Nation on April 17, 2019 on First Nations in Treaty 2 Territory government. There were youth from the school, elders, community members in attendance. A presentation on the Bill S-3 membership was given to …

May 14, 2019

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Building relationships in Treaty 2

Aniin, It has been a busy week at Treaty 2. On April 08, 2019 I attended the first governance committee meeting in Ochichakosipi First Nation. A presentation was made to the committee on the governance initiative for Ochichakosipi. There will be a upcoming Open House for the community members to come and get information on …

May 14, 2019

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Aniin Treaty 2 !

My name is Scott Lynxleg, I am a member of Tootinaowaziibeeng Treaty Reserve. My father is from Tootinaowaziibeeng and my mother is from Keeseekoowenin First Nation. I am a proud father of 3 girls and a grandfather of 1 beautiful granddaughter. I have recently been in the role of Community Developer for thewestern First Nation …

May 13, 2019

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Process is important

Ever watch something while it’s happening? Surprisingly it’s not something most of us say we do with any regularity. Who watches a kettle reach it’s boiling point or takes the time to watch a cake rise in the oven? I don’t. Mostly because I am more interested in the outcome or the finished product which …

April 15, 2019

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Some thoughts as I travel

A few things come to mind as I’ve traveled throughout the vast lands that are Treaty 2. I listen to my Sirius XM radio for the latest sports talk, think of what new dish I’m going to try and make (Yes, I cook), but mostly I look out the windshield of my car as the …

April 5, 2019

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Celebration of Nations 2019 a Milestone

by Kendra Kakewash, Community Engagement/Celebrations of Nations Coordinator Celebration of Nations was a déjà vu.  Seeing all the people come together and uniting thru sport, talent and recreation.  I love the modern-day gatherings because it really brings the best of both worlds that we all walk in.  I am sure that we all felt our

March 18, 2019

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Ma’iingan Dibaajimowin: Wolf Story

Reminder to come out and listen to our special invited guest, Ron Indian-Mandamin Friday at 2:00 pm in the Elders Lounge. Jason Parenteau speaks the following day at 2:00 pm. “When humans were starting to become strong, a trickster taught us how to fight, to use our tools for weapons against one another; against our …

March 13, 2019

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