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Business Development

First Nation owned Odanah Truck Line looking to hire Class I Drivers to join their Deck and Van Divisions

Treaty 2 Territory – A few months ago, in the fall we shared with you some exciting news of Gambler First Nation acquiring Odanah Truck Line – a Brandon based Trucking & Logistics Business which has been operating in Canada & 48 US States. Timaskâw Transport was founded by Gambler First Nation and Kahkewistahâw First …

March 24, 2022

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Since being established in 2016, Pinaymootang Motel & Entertainment Centre continues to offer 5 Star Comfort for Visitors

Treaty 2 Territory – Whether passing through, or visiting the Nation on business or vacation, you’re always welcome at the Pinaymootang Motel & Entertainment Centre. The Motel was built, and opened in 2016. The 40 bed motel (20 rooms) is located along Highway #6 and just steps away from the Pinaymootang Conference Centre. While relaxing …

March 24, 2022

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Doors are Open & Gas is Flowing as Gambler First Nation Launches it’s Western Nations Gas Bar in Brandon

Treaty 2 Territory – March 10th, 2022 was an exciting day for the Gambler First Nation as they celebrate a huge milestone; the opening of their Western Nations Gast Bar in Brandon, Manitoba. The Gas Bar and Convenience Store opened at 6:00 am and is located on 18th Street.  The Gambler First Nation Western Nations Gas Bar is a project years in

March 10, 2022

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Government of FNT2T Lead Keeper Boh Kubrakovich-Kiniw invited as Panelist with Brandon Chamber of Commerce

Treaty 2 Territory – A panel of business minded Anishinaabe / Cree minds came together in Brandon today. The Brandon Chamber of Commerce held an Economic Reconciliation Luncheon, and invited FNT2T Lead Keeper, Boh Kubrakovich-Kiniw as a Guest Panelist. “It was great to be up here today invited by the Brandon Chamber of Commerce. ReconciliAction

November 26, 2021

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Gambler First Nation & Kahkewistahaw First Nation Partnership launch 100% First Nation owned Timaskâw Transport

Treaty 2 Territory – Our Treaty 2 Government extends Congratulations to Gambler First Nation Chief David  LeDoux and Council as they announce the acquisition of Odanah Truck Line – a Brandon based Trucking & Logistics Business operating in Canada & 48 US States. Gambler First Nation’s limited partnership with Kahkewistahaw First

October 22, 2021

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COVID-19: Accessing Funding Supports

Treaty 2 Territory – On Wednesday March 18th, 2020, the Trudeau government announced it is spending $305 million to help Indigenous communities deal with the COVID-19 pandemic. Each First Nation will receive a given amount of funds from the $305 million with out having to apply. The funds will flow directly to each First Nation …

April 9, 2020

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Nation Development Opportunities

Treaty 2 Territory – On Friday January 24th, 2020, FNT2T Lead Keeper Boh Kubrakovich, Life Long Learning Lodge Keeper Allen Sutherland and Corporations Keeper Ryan Sutherland, met with Leonard Linklater and Jody LinkLater to discuss nation development, business ideas, partnerships, and development of housing. Leonard Linklater will be presenting on Nation

January 29, 2020

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Investing in Canada Infrastructure Program (ICIP)

Treaty 2 Territory – Corporations Keeper Ryan Sutherland, started the discussions after the Executive Council met and approved the process March 2019. The conceptual drawings initiated the discussion and process on April 4, 2019. Work was done though out the summer and he managed to submit the Infrastructure Proposals to ICIP prior to September 8,

January 27, 2020

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Exploring Business Ideas, Life Long Learning Lodge Skating Treadmill

Treaty 2 Territory – On Friday November 8th, 2019, FNT2T Corporation/Business Keeper Ryan Sutherland, visited Alteaactive, a new state of the art training facility being built in Bridgewater, Winnipeg’s fastest growing neighborhood. With hockey being Manitoba’s number one sport and other sports that require skating following close behind, and

November 12, 2019

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