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  • Treaty 2 Member Profile; Hayden Lacquette

    Treaty 2 Member Profile; Hayden Lacquette0

    Treaty 2 Territory – This week I had a chance to talk with Hayden Lacquette, he was out skating with his friends enjoying his favorite sport hockey. Hayden is a 17 year old hockey player from the community of Mallard with family ties to Keeseekoowenin Ojibway Nation. Hayden just completed a shorten season with the

  • Local Nation Helpers and Governance

    Local Nation Helpers and Governance0

    Treaty 2 Territory – The Local Nation Helpers gathered in Pinaymootang First Nation to discuss Constitution and Law Drafts. The group is currently developing their drafts which include Membership Code and Election Code. The next steps for the Local Nation Helpers are to engage with members of their Nation. The group discussed ways to obtain

  • Sports and Recreation, FNT2T Youth Council

    Sports and Recreation, FNT2T Youth Council0

    Treaty 2 Territory – 1 year ago the 2020 Winter Games were hosted in Pinaymootang First Nation. The Winter Games hosted 200 youth between the ages of 12 – 17 years old from the 11 Nations of the FNT2T. The games were a big success and discussions began immediately after on Summer Games. The FNT2T

  • FNT2T and Treaty Based Governance

    FNT2T and Treaty Based Governance0

    Treaty 2 Territory – Prior to the new comers arriving to Turtle Island, Indigenous people occupied this land since time immemorial. When the Creator positioned Anishinaabe people on Mother Earth, he provided us with Inherent Rights. Those Inherent Rights included taking care of the land and water. By doing this we’ve take care of each

  • Anishinaabemowin0

    Anishinaabemowin is the language of the Anishinaabe nation, and one of the oldest and most historically important First Nations languages in North America. Anishinaabemowin (also called Ojibwemowin, Saulteaux, the Ojibwe/Ojibwa language, or Chippewa) is a language, that spans from Manitoba to Québec, with a strong concentration around the Great Lakes and the lakes of Manitoba. Elders tell

  • DID YOU KNOW: Aboriginal Justice Awareness Day

    DID YOU KNOW: Aboriginal Justice Awareness Day0

    In 1991, The Aboriginal Justice Inquiry of Manitoba issued a report on the state of Indigenous Justice in Manitoba, in response to concerns about the quality of policing and of investigations into matters concerning Indigenous people. The Commission of Inquiry back then was composed of Alvin Hamilton, former Associate Chief Justice of Manitoba of the