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FNT2T Partners to create Mamawii Park

@FNT2T First Nations Treaty 2 Territory Partners to Create Mamawii Park   This large collaborative project will see the construction of an all-seasons activity park in the center of Dauphin featuring a strong Indigenous presence. Set for a phase 1 tender soon, this newly developed project will support Reconciliation Efforts.  The space with will

August 15, 2022

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Home Sweet Turtle Back – Gambler First Nation’s Ashley Smith living Entrepreneur Reality

Treaty 2 Territory – Downsizing from 1,600 to 400 square feet with-intention, the Smith family’s off-grid dream has become a reality. In a modern world, full of overconsumption and unaffordable living, wouldn’t you like to unplug? “We have been living in our camper for the past six months,” explained Ashley Smith, First Nation owner and

June 14, 2022

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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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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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CPNWC Staff Meets With Riding Mountain Forum Wildlife Council at Keesee Sharing Lodge:

Treaty 2 Territory – February 25, 2022 Staff of CPNWC (Care and Protection of the Natural World Circle) accepted the invitation to join the Riding Mountain Forum Wildlife Council and attended our first meeting. The council included representation from Ebb and Flow, Keeseekoowenin, Sandy Bay, Rolling River, Gambler, Tootsinaowaziibeeng, Waywayseecappo

March 1, 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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The Anishinaabe of Riding Mountain

Treaty 2 Territory- For the Anishinaabe, Turtle Island, also known as North America, was chosen as their homeland by the Creator, Kichi Manitou. It is a common understanding that this has been home since time immemorial. The Anishinaabe have maintained traditional connections to the land and waters, and with Parks Canada work to protect and …

August 5, 2021

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BU Al & Bee Wagner Indigenous Student Transition Program Accepting Applications for 1st Year Students

Treaty 2 Territory – Brandon University and the Indigenous Peoples’ Centre is proud to offer the second cohort of the Al and Bee Wagner Indigenous Student Transition Program in the fall of 2021. The program will focus on offering transitioning support to Indigenous students starting their education at Brandon University under four pillars; academic,

July 2, 2021

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