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Statement from Treaty One Nation regarding Bill 56 Infringement

“Once again, Brian Pallister and his Caucus are attempting to impose provincial law in First Nations where they have no jurisdiction. The passing of Bill 56 that will attempt to ban smoking on reserve is an egregious overstep by the Pallister government on our Treaty, UNDRIP, and constitutionally-protected rights as First Nations people. While we encourage our citizens to be…

Treaty One Nation Responds to Manitoba Metis Federation Agreement with Federal Government

May 3, 2021   Treaty One Territory, Winnipeg MB – The Treaty One Nation congratulates the Manitoba Metis Federation for resolving its outstanding litigation with the federal government, putting to rest any further claims to Naawi-Oodena (the former Kapyong Barracks).  “This landmark agreement is important in that it supports the MMF and their path toward reconciliation,” said Treaty One Spokesperson Chief Dennis Meeches.  “We congratulate President David Chartrand and the MMF as they continue to strengthen…

Call Out for Treaty One 150 Cultural Committee Members

The Treaty One Nation is looking for volunteer Cultural Committee Members from each of the 7 Treaty One communities, in partnership with the T1N Knowledge Keepers Prerequisites: ● Child Abuse Registry Check. ● Must be able to commit to monthly meetings,  meetings may become more frequent closer to the first week of August To apply or for more information, please…

Treaty One Nation Unveils New Name for Former Kapyong Barracks Site

Naawi-Oodena* Signifies Centre of the Heart & Community   Treaty One Territory, Winnipeg, MB  –  At the request of the Treaty One governing council, Chief Derrick Henderson of Sagkeeng First Nation passed sacred tobacco to Knowledge Keeper Dave Couchene Jr. in request of a traditional name.  As per First Nations customs, Elder Courchene accepted the tobacco and conducted a name giving ceremony held on April…

Treaty One Nation Condemns the PC Government’s Overreach In Bill 56

Bill 56 Attempts to Undermine First Nations’ Rights in Manitoba Treaty 1 Territory, Winnipeg MB – Yesterday, the Treaty One Nation stood in strong opposition to Bill 56 and the Pallister government’s overreach in First Nations of Manitoba. The Treaty One Nation, Chief Deborah Smith of Brokenhead Ojibway Nation, and Mike Sutherland of Peguis First Nation spoke yesterday to the…

Treaty One Nation Affronted By The 2021/2022 Provincial Budget

Treaty One Territory, Winnipeg, MB – The Treaty One Nation is disappointed in the Pallister government’s budget released today. Despite contributing billions to the Manitoba economy, First Nations people and businesses were overlooked in this provincial budget. “First Nations people and businesses of Manitoba continue to bolster the provincial economy, yet we’re not even a real consideration in this budget.…

REQUEST FOR PROPOSALS: Corporate Promotional Item Branding

Conditions of this Proposal: All costs incurred in the preparation of a proposal responding to this RFP will be the responsibility of the contractors and will not be reimbursed by the Treaty One Nation (T1N). We respectfully thank all who submit a proposal, but Treaty One Nation reserves the right to refuse all proposals without explanation. Preference will be given…

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