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  • Athletics wrap up Celebration of Nations
    Athletics wrap up Celebration of Nations

    The Gathering of Nations has wrapped up and the winners have been crowned. In the bantam division the kiniw __ went undefeated beating mallard in the finals 8-5 after Mallard took an early two goal lead. Kiniw responded with 5 unanswered goals and cruised to the final victory. In the peewee division Dauphin River defeated

  • Celebration of Nations bringing excitement to Dauphin
    Celebration of Nations bringing excitement to Dauphin

    Treaty 2 Territory – Preparations are underway for next weekend’s Treaty 2 Celebration of Nations event being held in Dauphin, Manitoba. The event has returned to Dauphin after the West Region Tribal Council ran it for thirty plus years. We have a great weekend of events planned for all of our Nations to attend. “This

  • Gambler First Nation breaks ground on Urban Reserve in Brandon
    Gambler First Nation breaks ground on Urban Reserve in Brandon

    Treaty 2 Territory-Gambler First Nation turned the soil on their urban reserve in Brandon, Manitoba Friday afternoon. Gambler First Nation Chief David Ledoux was joined by City of Brandon Mayor Rick Chrest, Manitoba Minister of Indigenous and Northern Relations Eileen Clark and officials from Indigenous Services Canada and First Nations in Treaty 2 Territory Grand

  • 23 First Nation Graduates honored at Graduation Pow Wow at Dauphin
    23 First Nation Graduates honored at Graduation Pow Wow at Dauphin

    Treaty 2 Territory-FNiT2T were well represented at the 8th Annual Mountain View School Division & Assiniboine Community College Graduation Pow Wow. The event is held annually at Dauphin Regional Comprehensive Secondary School. Chief Norman Bone of the Keeseekoowenin Ojibway First Nation represented FNiT2T and our member flags were displayed throughout the event. 23 First Nation

  • Turtle River project ends successfully

    Treaty 2 Territory (MTN)-Turtle River Watershed Conservation District Manager Jody Tucker and First Nations in Treaty 2 Territory Director of Land, Waters and Resources Joseph Maud conclude the Dauphin Lake Spring Harvest Biomass May 13th, 2019. Turtle River Watershed Conservation in Partnership with FNIT2T employed 4 Resource Technicians for 18 days to weigh Pikerel caught