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  • Gambler First Nation breaks ground on Urban Reserve in Brandon

    Gambler First Nation breaks ground on Urban Reserve in Brandon0

    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

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

    23 First Nation Graduates honored at Graduation Pow Wow at Dauphin0

    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

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  • Turtle River project ends successfully0

    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

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  • Elders and local Justice Committee moving governance forward in Lake St. Martin0

    Treaty 2 Territory-It was a productive, enjoyable day spent at Lake St. Martin First Nation on governance with Chief Sinclair, elders, community members regarding law making and the creation of a First Law for the First Nation. “We are moving forward with our laws and protection of our First Nation. We are a proud member

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  • First Nations in Treaty 2 Territory (FNiT2) walk for Grandmothers

    First Nations in Treaty 2 Territory (FNiT2) walk for Grandmothers0

    Treaty 1 Territory-Roughly 400 people took part in the Grandmothers walk today in Winnipeg, Manitoba in a gesture of solidarity with other Indigenous organizations to shed light on the number of children under the care of Child and Family Services who will not be with their families on Mother’s Day. Presently there are over 11,000

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  • St. Lazare lands to be tested where February derailment occurred

    St. Lazare lands to be tested where February derailment occurred0

    Treaty 2 Territory-CN will be shipping soil samples from underneath the train tracks at St. Lazare to Calgary, Alberta to be tested where a February derailment caused over 800,000 litres of oil to spill. The small oxbow lake between the tracks and the Assiniboine River will also be tested as minute amounts of oil were

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