Peacemaking means restoring Mino-Bimaadiziwin through peace, balance, harmony, and natural order.
Peacemaking is maintained with the Nation through an Anishinaabe Peacemaking system that includes the Seven Circles of Peacemaking. The Seven Circles of Peacemaking includes the Lynx, Deer, Eagle, Turtle, Bear, Crane, and Loon Circle.
To address this injustice, The Nation will develop and implement a local and territorial Peacemaking system. We seek to create and restore a Peacemaking and Peacekeeping system that provides prevention, early intervention, restorative measures, wellness, and Anishinaabe methodologies.
Local Nations and FNT2T who have the Inherent Right to govern has created a Treaty 2 Territory Peacemaking Bundle 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.
Documentation to Review and reference:
- Resolutions on Peacemaking
- Peacemaking Onankonehkawinan Executive Summary
- Peacemaking Onankonehkawinan Overview
- Peacemaking PPT July 2022
- Peacemaking Briefing Note 07072022
- Capacity Building – Earth Lodge
Circles within Peacemaking
Niigaanii – Governing Council
- Peacemaking – Ogema Norman Bone, Keeseekoownein Anishinaabe Nation
- Peacekeeping – Ogema Lawrence Letender, Kithithkatchewanang Anishinaabe Nation
Chantel Barker, Circle Keeper – 204.638.3797
Crystal Nepinak, Administration Keeper – 204.638.3797
Crystal Mousseau, Administration Helper – 204.638.3797
Ray Mousseau, Administration Keeper – 204.638.3797
Danielle McGurry, Communications Keeper – 204.638.3797
Last updated – 14 July 2022