Nation-Based Sovereign-Based Government

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Peacemaking in the Treaty 2 Territory

Treaty 2 Territory- Peacemaking means maintaining Mino-Bimaadiziwin in the Nation by restoring peace, balance, harmony, and natural order. To accomplish this, the Treaty 2 Government in collaboration with the T2 Local Nations, will be implement a Peacemaking System what will replace the current Justice System. Peacemaking includes the Seven Circles of

July 23, 2021

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The Ahjijawk is Peacemaking’s Appeals Circle

Treaty 2 Territory – The Ahjijawk Circle, which is the last circle of Peacemaking, will oversee appeals from the Crane Circle. The Ahjijawk Circle will be home of the Grandmother’s Circle. The Grandmother’s will restore their role as the final decision maker of the Nation. In addition, they will give advice to the Turtle Circle on …

July 23, 2021

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The Mahng Circle Will Replace the Courts

Treaty 2 Territory – One of the Seven Circles of Peacemaking is the Mahng Circle. The Mahng Circle, what the western worlds sees as the court system, is responsible for legal processes. In order to have peace and harmony, there needs to be order. The Mahng Circle will oversee legal processes through an Anishinaabe worldview. …

July 23, 2021

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The Makwa Circle and Peacekeeping

Treaty 2 Territory – As the Treaty 2 Government continues to strive to create a Peacemaking System, Peacemaking understands to maintain peace and harmony in the Nation there needs to be Peacekeepers. The Makwa Circle, who are the protectors, will restore their role and be the Peacekeepers of the Treat 2 Territory. The Makwa Circle has …

July 22, 2021

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Children, Families, and Nation Circle continue Engagement with Local Nations in the Treaty 2 Territory

Treaty 2 Territory – The Children, Families and Nation Circle of Treaty 2 has developed an outward vision, with encouragement of diversity of viewpoints from individuals at the grass roots level, collective rather than individual throughout the feedback that has come back from the Nation Engagement sessions. Customary practices, traditional parenting, and

July 22, 2021

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Skownan hosts the FNT2T Women’s Council to discuss Peacemaking and Nation Wellbeing.

Treaty 2 Territory – Skownan First Nation hosted the FNT2T Women’s Council virtually on Tuesday July 20, 2021. Representatives from the nations of Keeseekoowenin, Lake St. Martin, Ochichakosipi, Skownan, Pinaymootang, Gambler, Little Saskatchewan, Tootinaowaziibeeng and West Region Child and Family Services. Knowledge Keeper Florence Wood gave the

July 20, 2021

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FNT2T Life Long Learning: Tipler Teaches’ Indigenous Texts

Treaty 2 Territory – Boozhoo! We hope that everyone is safe and well. FNT2T Life Long Learning strives to stay informed of resources in First Nations (Indigenous) Education. There are a lot of wonderful things happening. One such resource is that created by Indigenous educator, Megan Tipler: Indigenous Texts. Megan (@tiplerteaches) has a growing audience

July 19, 2021

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FNT2T Internal/External working with all FNT2T circles in the local nations with Inakonegawin and Onankonehkawinin

Treaty 2 Territory – FNT2T Internal/External over the past few weeks has attended various FNT2T council meetings virtually and as of last week in person meetings have taken place with the loosened restrictions and low case counts in the nations in the territory. Internal/External works with all circles and the nations in having a communication …

July 17, 2021

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The Mikinaak Circle and the Value of Truth

Treaty 2 Territory – The Mikinaak Circle will be the holder of Truth as the oversees the Anishinaabe Law Centre and Registrar. The Turtle is recognized in the Anishinaabe Culture as the holder of truth. The Mikinaak Circle will restore this responsibility by administering the Law Centre. The Law Centre will be responsible for researching …

July 15, 2021

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