Nation-Based Sovereign-Based Government


My two weeks of land-based healing journey

Treaty 2 Territory – My current role with Treaty 2 Territory as a Health and Wellbeing Helper and Intergovernmental Helper can be very busy, stressful and steady.  As such, it was appreciated to be allowed to take 2 weeks for land-based healing from September 5-16th. As fall approaches it is a good time to reflect …

October 6, 2022

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Treaty 2 Territory Anishinaabek Government extends collective strength to the families of MMIWG

Treaty 2 Territory – Treaty 2 Anishinaabekweg Gichi Piidendaagozii’wag Today, in Treaty 2 Lands during this October moon, we come together as Ogimaag to honour Gakinaa Anishinaabekweg of our Nation. As we continue to take positive steps towards self-sufficiency within our territory, we recognize and acknowledge that you are the original law makers and

October 4, 2022

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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: The Treaty 2 Territory Anishinaabek responds to Moushom Class Action – Jordan’s Principle Compensation

The Governing Council and Ogichidaa of Treaty 2 Territory To protect our way of life in the arena of policy and law-making, specifically Abinoonjii Onakonekawin. The Ogimaag wishes to respectfully acknowledge the fight to bring and bridge life-making changes for the Ningo’doode (families) of our Nation. Piijiinago (Yesterday), Treaty 2 Territory

July 5, 2022

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Ogichidaa McLean brings forth the Treaty 2 Nation’s Right to Sovereignty at the Assembly of First Nations (AFN)

The Governing Council and Ogichidaa of Treaty 2 Territory This week, the Treaty 2 Territory Ogimaag travelled to the Musquem, Squamish, and Tsleil-Waututh Territory – and will spend time building and renewing political relations at the National level. engaging in Wiisakodaadiiwin (a unified-principled approach) with other Nations during the AFN –

July 5, 2022

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FNT2T Recognizes the One-Anniversary of the MMIWG National Action Plan

Treaty 2 Territory- The First Nations in the Treaty 2 Territory (FNT2T) Government recognizes June 3rd, 2022: A day of Action for Families of MMIWG. Survivors of Gender-based violence and Indigenous Women, Girls and 2SLGTBQQIA+ people. It is also the three-year anniversary of the MMIGW Report. Although the report and the plan has been completed, …

June 3, 2022

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Treaty 2 Territory Government Share Condolences with Family of Rebecca Contois

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Treaty 2 Territory Government share condolences with the family of Rebecca Contois, and the Nation of O-Chi-Cha- Ko-Sipi   Treaty 2 Territory – May 21, 2022   Our Treaty 2 Territory Anishinaabek Government extend our heartfelt condolences to the children, family, and loved ones of Rebecca Contois. Rebecca was a member of …

May 21, 2022

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May 5th is National Day of Awareness to Commemorate Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women, Girls and 2SLGBTQQIA (MMIWGT) Awareness Day

Treaty 2 Territory – The First Nations in Treaty 2 Territory (FNT2T) support the Nations in the United States as they acknowledge the National Day of Awareness to Commemorate Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women, Girls and 2SLGBTQQIA on May 5th. Many of us in Treaty 2 Territory have relatives in the United States as historically, …

May 5, 2022

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Ebb and Flow First Nation’s Nicole Hunter thriving in her role with Chop Steakhouse

Treaty 2 Territory -In July of 2021, when much of the world remained closed down to the Coronavirus Pandemic, a young Anishinaabe Ikwe from the Ebb and Flow First Nation walked into her first day as a new hire with Chop Steakhouse in Winnipeg. Nicole Hunter has spent the past few years in Winnipeg employed …

March 30, 2022

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MOOSE HIDE CAMPAIGN: Standing Up Against Violence Towards Women & Children

Treaty 2 Territory- May 12th is Moose Hide Campaign day. The inspiration for the campaign came to co-founders Paul Lacerte and his daughter Raven in 2011 when they were hunting together on their traditional Carrier territory. They were close to the Highway of Tears in northern British Columbia, where so many women, particularly Indigenous women, …

March 24, 2022

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