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Little Saskatchewan

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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Treaty 2 Territory Attends Kaakiiskakamigaag (Little Saskatchewan) Treaty Days – Supports Path of Healing and Rebuilding

Treaty 2 Territory – This Ojibway Kasba Reservation community known as Little Saskatchewan (Sas-ka-chew-wa-niiz in Anishinabe), is located between Lakes Manitoba and Winnipeg, in Manitoba. The population is approximately 288 according to the 2016 census. The native language of Ojibway is spoken by about 75 people at Little Saskatchewan First Nation.

July 29, 2022

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Treaty 2 Government of FNT2T and Little Saskatchewan First Nation meet to discuss Onankonehkawinin

Treaty 2 Territory – November 19th, 2021 was an extremely busy day for our Anishinaabe Agowidiiwinan  – Treaty 2 / Government of FNT2T as we sat with Dauphin River First Nation Leadership to discuss our Peacemaking Onankonehkawinin (Peacemaking Law) and Mino Ombigii’aa Onankonehkawinin (Children, Families and Nation Law) and the most recent

November 25, 2021

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2 members of our First Nations in Treaty 2 Territory seeking election as AFN Regional Chief

Treaty 2 Territory –  On July 6th, 2021 the Assembly of Manitoba Chiefs announced the candidates seeking election for Assembly of Manitoba Chiefs Grand Chief and Regional Chief.  A notice was put fourth to all Manitoba First Nations of the upcoming AMC General Assembly taking place on  July 13th & 14th, 2021 in Treaty 1 …

July 13, 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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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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FNT2T sends condolences and prayers to Chief Hector Shorting and Shorting family

Treaty 2 Territory – Mary Shorting, mother of Chief Hector Shorting of Gaagiishkikamigaak Anishinaabe Nation (Little Saskatchewan) has passed away at the age of 97. First Nations in Treaty 2 Territory (FNT2T) sends condolences and prayers to Chief Hector Shorting and Shorting family. “Chief Shorting would often tell us about his mom, growing up,

December 24, 2020

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Treaty 2 Territory protection continues with visit to Obushkudayang

Treaty 2 Territory – The Government of FNT2T visited Obushkudayang (Lake St. Martin) Anishinaabe Nation to continue full efforts of staying in touch, discuss full communications and protect the territory jointly. While in Obushkudayang Anishinaabe Nation, FNT2T met with Merv Sinclair who heads up their administration. Merv was briefed on the activities of

October 2, 2020

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