Nation-Based Sovereign-Based Government

Children, Families and Nation

National Day for Truth and Reconciliation to honour survivors, their families, and communities (Nations) 

Treaty 2 Territory – This year, the federal government passed legislation creating a statutory holiday on September 30th called the National Day for Truth and Reconciliation. It was meant to provide “an opportunity for each public servant to recognize and commemorate the legacy of residential schools. This may present itself as a day of quiet

September 23, 2021

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Every Child Matters. Miigwech for continuing to fly your flags at half mast.

Treaty 2 Territory – This evening as I was waiting for my friend outside the Dauphin Regional Health Centre, I noticed the Canadian Flag lowered to half mast. I was instantly reminded of the reason, and how so many organizations, businesses, schools, municipal and government buildings, parks, etc lowered their flags in late May following …

September 16, 2021

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150th Treaty 2 Gathering – Children, Families and Nation

Treaty 2 Territory – On August 20th – 21st the Treaty 2 Territory Government hosted a gathering for our Local Nations and visitors at the Anishinaabe Sharing Lodge in Wasagaming. This gathering commemorated the 150th year since the making of the Treaty on August 21, 1871. The two days were fun-filled and much needed after …

August 30, 2021

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Logo Ceremony & Blessing for Children, Families and Nation

Treaty 2 Territory – On August 24th the Children, Families and Nation (CFN), Earth Lodge, and Lead Keepers of Treaty 2 held a ceremony to bless and honor the CFN logo which was completed by Royce Catagas Jr. from Tootinaowaziibeeng. Allen Sutherland, Waabishki Mazinazoot Mishtaatim (White Spotted Horse) blessed the CFN logo and the very …

August 30, 2021

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Keepers of Health and Wellbeing and Children, Families and Nation meet with Pinaymootang Anishinaabe Nation’s Health Director

August 16, 2021 Treaty 2 Territory – On August 11, during Pinaymootang Anishinaabe Nations’ Treaty celebrations, the Health and Wellbeing and Children, Families and Nation Keepers were honoured to meet and visit with Gwen Traverse, Health Director and also co-chair of the First Nations in Treaty 2 Territory (FNT2T) Ikwewak (Women’s Council). Ms.

August 16, 2021

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Children, Families, and Nation Circle continue Engagement with Local Nations in the Treaty 2 Territory

Treaty 2 Territory – The Children, Families and Nation Circle of Treaty 2 has developed an outward vision, with encouragement of diversity of viewpoints from individuals at the grass roots level, collective rather than individual throughout the feedback that has come back from the Nation Engagement sessions. Customary practices, traditional parenting, and

July 22, 2021

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Children, Families and Nation Continue to Facilitate Engagements

Treaty 2 Territory – The CFN team will continue to facilitate engagements through small focus groups and knowledge keeper interviews during the months of July & August. The Mino Ombigii’aa Law shall undergo one final legal review with Peacemaking review panel before presentation to the Governing Council. It is envisioned that this will be a

July 9, 2021

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Pinaymootang’s Lana Racette shares blog highlighting Camp Mino-Ayaawin Wellness Camp

Treaty 2 Territory – The following post was shared on the Pinaymootang First Nation Facebook Page by Executive Office Assistant, Lana Racette. Miigwech Lana for sharing an update on Camp-Mino-Ayaawin, and for the updated photos.  Pinaymootang Anishinaabe Nation – Treaty 2 Territory, July 1, 2021 While the rest of Canadians are celebrating

July 3, 2021

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Boys with Braids from Keeseekoowenin Ojibway Nation

Treaty 2 Territory-  July 1st has never really had a lot of significance for me. I spent the day at my laptop scrolling through news sites, Facebook, and Twitter reading the multitude of posts around #CancelCanadaDay. I read posts, blogs, and stories from Vancouver, BC to Halifax, NS. I came across a photo that I …

July 2, 2021

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