Nation-Based Sovereign-Based Government

Peacemaking

Treaty 2 Territory – Peacemaking means Aang-waa-misin (Peace), Mino-aani-gidoowin (Balance), Chi-sh-wi-ding (Harmony) and Chi-nah-ni-chi-kan (Order) being maintained in the Local Nations and Treaty 2 territory through a peacemaking system that includes territorial and local nation circles, peacekeepers, wellbeing lodges, and restorative and healing ways of life.

Society cannot exist without law. Peacemaking systems that were in place were forcibly interrupted by colonial settlers through the Indian Act and other laws or policies. The Report of the Aboriginal Justice Inquiry (1991) states “Aboriginal people form a far larger percentage of the inmate and probation population than they do of the general population of Manitoba”. A safe assumption can be made the situation has not improved and the percentage of Indigenous inmate and probation population has increased.

Traditional models of peacemaking are based on restoring peace and balance which reconciles mutual understanding between two people or groups. Local Nations and FNT2T will develop and implement a local and territorial peacemaking system.

Our Peacemaking:

  • Anishinaabe Law Development to contemporize and implement Treaty 2 territory laws in the territory;
  • Restore and build Local Nations and T2T traditional peacemaking process that include:
    • Restorative peacemaking;
    • Wellbeing (healing) centres;
    • Peacekeeping;
    • Nation Safety;
    • Search and rescue;
    • Establishing Local Nation and FNT2T Circles; and
    • Establishing a system of keepers and helpers
  • Create administrative processes including parole, probation, diversion, post-sentencing alternatives to incarceration through wellbeing and wellness promotions.

Local Nations and FNT2T who are the Inherent Rights holders have created a Treaty 2 Territory Peacemaking Circle that provides prevention, preparedness, emergency response and post-event remedies. Today Local Nations require capacity to deal with justice and peacemaking issues. Local Nations and FNT2T is entering into agreements with other governments and nations to collaborate and support FNT2T’s objectives of Peacemaking.

Support:

Governing Council Niigaanii Chief Cameron Catcheway, Skownan Anishinaabe Nation

Chantel Barker, Circle Keeper – 204.638.3797
Email: chantell.barker@fnt2t.com

Administration:

Ray Mousseau, Operations Keeper – 204.638.3797 Ext 1002 Direct Line: 431.977.0617
Email: ray.mousseau@fnt2t.com

Marlene Davis, Communications Keeper – 204.638.3797 Ext 1007 Direct Line: (431) 977.0676
Email: marlene.davis@fnt2t.com

Regional Offices:

Darlene Woodhouse, Regional Office Pinaymootang – 204.638.3797 Ext 1010
Email: darlene.woodhouse@fnt2t.com

Scott Lynxleg, Regional Office Dauphin – 204.638.3797 Ext 1009
Email: scott.lynxleg@fnt2t.com

FNT2T Lodge:

Allen Sutherland, Lodge Keeper – 204.638.3797 Ext 1006
Email: allen.sutherland@fnt2t.com

Renee McGurry, Development Keeper – 204.638.3797 Ext 1006
Email: renee.mcgurry@fnt2t.com

Last updated – 18 March 2021

Peacemaking PPT Nation Feb 13 2021

 
 
 
 

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