Moccasin Trail is the official monthly publication of the treaty2.com.
A FNiT2T fishing forum is planned for Wednesday 3 April 2019 in Dauphin. All fishers are welcome to discuss the management of Dauphin Lake located within the Treaty 2 Territory.
The First Nation Adapt program provides funding to First Nation communities located below the 60th parallel to assess and respond to climate change impacts on community infrastructure and emergency management.
First Nations in Treaty 2 Territory (FNT2T) sends our sincere condolences with the passing of Tamara Eastman today, life partner of Grand Chief Eugene Eastman(Chief of Ochichakkosipi). You are all in our thoughts, hearts and prayers. Beautiful spirit journeying Tamara. We honour her legacy that will continue and she will be missed always. Wake willREAD MORE
Brandon, Treaty 2 Territory – MMIWG Medicine Wheel Riders with day 51 of the tour made it to Brandon. They are returning to Winnipeg where they started! With close to 17,000 km of driving, Joan and Charmaine return to Winnipeg today joined by Chief Norman Bone, Keeseekoowenin – Treaty 2 Territory and other riders. AllREAD MORE
Lake Manitoba, Treaty 2 Territory – Today the leadership of Lake Manitoba met with FNT2T staff to review the current planning of the Grand Council and Treaty Gathering 2019 held on 20/21 August 2019 at the Cultural Grounds in Lake Manitoba (Dog Creek) First Nation. Discussed was the local support and tasks assigned. Promoting andREAD MORE
Treaty 2 Territory – Our children, families and Nations are sacred. Life givers are the matriarchs of our Nations. Matriarchs are the head of the home and family. We are first teachers and nurturers. Older matriarchs are ancestrally identified as clan mothers or grandmothers who directed and guided the clan leaders of the tribe. MatriarchsREAD MORE
“After 22 years, the lack of action, lack of implementation, is frustrating … It’s lost revenue,” said Genaille.READ MORE
Treaty 2 Territory-Rodman Batson has a goal in mind when it comes to athletics. He wants to use sport as a vehicle to better lives for the youth in Treaty 2 Territory. He’s the man with the plan. Batson, a personal trainer originally from Pine Creek First Nation with a degree in Phys Ed fromREAD MORE