We Are All Treaty People

What is the Treaty Relations Commission of Manitoba?

The Treaty Relations Commission of Manitoba is a neutral organization that aims to strengthen, rebuild, and enhance the Treaty Relationship between First Nations and Canada. We also offer training, facilitate discussion, and support research on Treaties. All Canadians benefit from the Treaties, and we want everyone to know that “We Are All Treaty People!”

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‘We encourage people to do the research’: A look at developing land acknowledgments

Land acknowledgments in sports and government When Lance Cardinal was approached by the Edmonton Oilers to act as an Indigenous consultant, the Cree artist and designer knew the first thing he wanted to do was
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‘An important step’: first Indigenous land acknowledgement voiced in legislature

Source: Winnipeg Free Press
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TRCM Spends the day with Language and Culture Unit

https://mfnerc.org/2021/03/the-treaty-relations-commission-of-manitoba-spends-the-day-with-the-language-culture-unit/

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Today’s Indian Horse Relay at Assiniboia Downs – a first in Manitoba! The Relay, which is a partnership between the Elite Indian Relay Association and the Manito Ahbee Festival, kicked off the 2022 horse racing season. See MoreSee Less
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Treaty Commissioner Loretta Ross was honoured to participate in the Manito Ahbee 2022 Powwow Grand Entry today#IgniteYourSpirit#MAF2022 See MoreSee Less
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A wonderful visit today with our sister organization in Saskatchewan, the Office of the Treaty Commissioner. See MoreSee Less
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Treaty Commissioner Loretta Ross was honoured to provide welcoming remarks at the 2022 Manito Ahbee Kickoff event today and to witness the lighting of the sacred fire and the healing horse parade. The Manito Ahbee event is such a powerful and meaningful way to bring people of all nations together to share in the beauty of our First Nations culture and arts. And of course, this couldn’t occur without the dedication and hard work of Lisa Meeches, her team, and board members who brought this beautiful celebration together, especially after these past difficult years. We are looking forward to taking part in the activities and events this weekend! See MoreSee Less
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https://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/saskatchewan/doctrine-of-discovery-calls-to-rescind-can-it-happen-1.6450029

https://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/hamilton/tobacco-border-crossing-jay-treaty-1.6435982

Join us at 12:30 this Wednesday for “Let’s Talk Treaty” on NCI FM. This week we speak with Dr. Sheldon Krasowski, PhD in history from the University of Regina. We speak with him about his book “No Surrender: The Land Remains Indigenous.”

Join us this week on “Let’s Talk Treaty”, at 12:30 pm , on NCI FM where speak with Dr. Bruce McIvor, adjunct professor at the Allard School of Law and partner at First Peoples Law and the author of Standoff: Why Reconciliation Fails Indigenous Peoples and How to Fix It.

https://leaderpost.com/news/saskatchewan/design-for-sask-treaty-boundary-highway-signs-announced

Join us Wednesday at 12:30 for “Let’s Talk Treaty” on NCI FM. Once again we speak with Dr. Jean Friesen, a Professor of History at the University of Manitoba who specializes in the history of Aboriginal-European relations. Today’s topic , “Outside Promises” within Treaty 1.

Join us Wednesday at 12:30 for “Let’s Talk Treaty” on NCI FM. Once again we speak with Dr. Jean Friesen, a Professor of History at the University of Manitoba who specializes in the history of Aboriginal-European relations particularly in the History of Making Treaty 1.

Join us Wednesday at 12:30 for “Let’s Talk Treaty”on NCI FM. This week we speak with Dr. Jean Friesen, a Professor of History at the University of Manitoba who specializes in the history of Aboriginal-European relations. She will reflect on the History of Making Treaty 1.


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