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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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Ebb and Flow Flyers vs Lake Manitoba Eagles – February 17/22

Treaty 2 Territory – Ebb and Flow Flyers made the trip on a cold and stormy night last Thursday to the home of Treaty 2 Territory’s Ogitchitaa, Aniimooziibiing for an exhibition tilt against the Lake Manitoba Eagles.    The rink had fans, young and old from both sides of the lake cheering on the young …

February 22, 2022

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Treaty 2 partnering with Manitoba Aboriginal Sports & Rec Council to deliver hockey equipment to Nations

Treaty 2 Territory – FNT2T Sports and Recreation Circle has been quite busy for the past couple of months. 2021 wrapped up with our Winter Youth Forum in conjunction with Hockey Night in Treaty 2 Territory. Throughout January, things have only gotten busier. In addition to working on the Sports and Recreation Law, Keeper Craig …

January 26, 2022

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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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Lake Manitoba’s Zaagaate Jordan’s Principle Program Honours IRS Survivors & those children left behind

Treaty 2 Territory – As I was scrolling through Facebook yesterday I came across inspiring posts of several Nations in the Treaty 2 Territory who are organizing walks, and events to honour residential school survivors, and all those children who were left behind. We would like to acknowledge Lake Manitoba First Nation and their Zaagaate …

July 1, 2021

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Peacemaking Law Takes Another Step Towards the Grand Council

Treaty 2 Territory – On June 16, 2021, the Government of First Nations in Treaty 2 Territory presented the completed draft of the Peacemaking Law to the Men’s Council. The Men’s Council, who hold the Peacemaking portfolio, reviewed the Peacemaking Framework and accompanying law. Upon discussion and answer period, the Men’s Council were satisfied

June 17, 2021

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FNT2T Children, Families, and Nation Circle & Peacemaking Circle to host Virtual Session Open to ALL members of Treaty 2; ensuring all members have a voice in the process of the Treaty 2 Law Development.

Treaty 2 Territory – Over the past month the Children, Families, and Nation Circle, & Peacemaking Circle have been conducting Virtual Engagement Sessions, with the members in the Treaty 2 Territory, regarding Law development. During the sessions, the members have an opportunity to hear what Treaty 2 is working towards in the Children, Families and

June 7, 2021

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Animozeebeeng (Lake Manitoba) Anishinaabe Nation re-elects and elects new councillors

Treaty 2 Territory – Anishinaabe Agowidiiwinan – Treaty 2 and the Government of First Nations in Treaty 2 Territory would like to congratulate the re-election of Chief Cornell McLean and Councillor Dwight Paul along with newly elected Councillors; Berry McLean, Byron Swan and Kevin Swan in the sovereign Animozeebeeng Anishinaabe Nation (Lake Manitoba).

August 31, 2020

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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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