We are always grateful for the relationships we have built with organizations throughout Manitoba. These relationships help us promote a better understanding of Treaties among First Nations and non-First Nations Manitobans.

We are always looking for new and exciting opportunities to develop relationships with organizations from small businesses to large corporations to public service organizations.

We want to help you become part of the conversation on Treaties. To find out more about partnering with us to further your Treaty Story, visit our contact us page and send us an email!

We thank our partners for their continued support. 

Formal and Informal Partnerships

The Treaty Relations Commission of Manitoba (TRCM) is dedicated to the partnerships that it has created in its efforts to strengthen, rebuild and enhance the Treaty relationship. The partnerships commit to an ongoing dialogue and assist in establishing a framework for collaboration to enhance Treaty education and understanding. These important partnerships are dynamic and have unique characteristics that support the goals and objectives of the Treaty Relations Commission of Manitoba.

Current and past partners include, but not limited to the following:

  • Association of Manitoba Municipalities
  • Brandon University
  • Canadian Human Rights Commission
  • Canadian History
  • Indigenous Leadership Development Institute Inc.
  • Immigration Partnership Winnipeg
  • Manitoba Association of Newcomer Serving Organizations
  • Manitoba Association of School Superintendents
  • Manitoba Civil Service Commission
  • Manitoba Conservation
  • Manitoba First Nations Education Resource Centre
  • Manitoba Human Rights Commission
  • Manitoba Keewatinowi Okimakanak Inc.
  • Manitoba Law Society
  • Manitoba Museum
  • McNally Robinson Bookstore
  • Manitoba Teachers Society
  • Mennonite Central Committee
  • National Centre for Truth and Reconciliation
  • NCI Radio
  • Office of the Treaty Commission – Saskatchewan
  • Parks Canada
  • Red River Community College
  • Riding Mountain National Park and the Coalition of First Nations with interests in Riding Mountain National Park
  • Royal Canadian Mounted Police – “D” Division
  • Social Planning Council of Winnipeg
  • Treaty One Development Corporation
  • Treaty Land Entitlement Committee of Manitoba Inc.
  • University College of the North
  • Winnipeg Art Gallery
  • Winnipeg Free Press
  • Winnipeg Police Services
  • Yellowquill College

We thank our formal and informal partners for their continued support and for sharing the objective that all people should live in harmony based on knowledge and understanding of their cultural traditions, particularly as they relate to the Treaty relationship.

TRCM partnerships and collaborations in a myriad of areas related to Treaties and the Treaty Relationship have been fruitful in creating a safe space for mutually beneficial public education partnerships.