Nation-Based Sovereign-Based Government

External and Internal Relations

FNT2T Knowledge Council support local nation law development

Treaty 2 Territory – FNT2T Knowledge Council met online, on Wednesday April 14, 2021. This session was hosted by Dauphin River Nation. Due to Covid pandemic and a recent snowfall, this meeting was held on Microsoft Teams for safety and convenience of the Knowledge Keepers.  Agenda items that were discussed were Treasury and Administration with …

April 15, 2021

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Earth Lodge Launches New Website: Lodge.FNT2T.com

Treaty 2 Territory – In 2019, the Lifelong Learning Lodge formed to provide training in Nation Development. As of February 2021, the Government of First Nations Treaty 2 Territory adopted the name The Earth Lodge. The Earth Lodge will focus on enhancing our people’s knowledge in the area of Anishinaabek Studies within the Treaty 2 …

April 13, 2021

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Moccasin Trail News now available in print through out the Territory

Treaty 2 Territory – The latest edition of the Moccasin Trail News is now available in print through out the territory. This is the first edition in print since last year due to Covid 19 precautions through the territory. The April 2021 edition is now available at many locations near you. The Moccasin Trail News …

April 9, 2021

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Earth Lodge launches Anishinaabe Financial Management for FNT2T and Local Nations

Treaty 2 Territory – A smudge and opening prayer by FNT2T Lodge Keeper Allen Sutherland kicked off the Anishinaabe Financial Management Program partnered with our Earth Lodge and the Assiniboine Community College.  The ceremony was held at the Parkland Campus in Dauphin, Treaty 2 Territory on April 6, 2021. The program was developed by the …

April 6, 2021

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Media Release: International Women’s Day

Recognizing our Ikwewak in our Local Nations, Nation and Government   Treaty 2 Territory – In honor of International Women’s Day, the Government of First Nations in Treaty 2 Territory (FNT2T) would like to acknowledge that we are leading the way among Indigenous governments as we have our Ikwewak (Women) Council and Ikwewak in key …

March 8, 2021

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Government of FNT2T welcome Philip Paul-Martin as Internal/External Communications Keeper

Treaty 2 Territory – We would like welcome Philip Paul-Martin to the Government of FNT2T as Internal/External Communications Keeper. He comes to FNT2T with a long history as a journalist in various mediums as well as Communications, previously serving as a specialist, officer and Manager in communications and media relations. His role internally

February 12, 2021

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Congratulations to Senator Murray Sinclair on his retirement

Treaty 2 Territory – We would like to Congratulate Senator Murray Sinclair on his retirement as an unaffiliated Senator. Kitchi Miigwetch for your five (5) years in the Senate, and the immeasurable contributions you have done serving on the Aboriginal Justice Inquiry in Manitoba and as Chief Commissioner of the Truth and Reconciliation Commission.

February 1, 2021

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Grand Chief Eugene Eastman, Governing Council and The Honorable Carolyn Bennett, Minister of Crown Indigenous Relations commit to continue political circle talks

Treaty 2 Territory – The renewal of the Treaty-Crown relationship stems from the 2018 signed protocol agreement to Advance Reconciliation and Renew Relationship – RIRSD. “The First Nations in Treaty 2 Territory and Government of Canada have achieved a key milestone toward renewed relationships by signing a Protocol Agreement for Advancing

December 4, 2020

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Letter to Canada – Monthly Political roundtable Treaty and Crown Relationship

Treaty 2 Territory – Prime Minister Trudeau and Minister Carolyn Bennett; as our Treaty and Crown Relationship develops through the relationship table (RIRSD) in accordance with our 2018 Protocol Agreement it becomes increasingly important to engage in meaningful and consistent dialogue as governments. There are common fiscal interests and strategies

November 16, 2020

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