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

May 10, 2019

Treaty 2 Territory – It was a great day spent in Lake St Martin First Nation on governance with Chief Sinclair, elders, members and the Justice committee 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 of Treaty 2 and with the new formed government of FNiT2T we will move forward together in unity”, said Chief Adrian Sinclair during his address.

Community coordinator Clarence Morse was on hand chairing the open house session. He has been working with his community to create a governance committee which has happened.  The committee meeting will be scheduled shortly.

All members within the First Nation were invited to attend the open house to become informed of the work that has been transpiring in the establishment of the First Nation in Treaty 2 Territory (FNiT2T) government that was formed on June 12, 2018.  The FNiT2T carries the intention to rebuild the Community-based, Treaty-based governance government.

Considering the flood of 2011 and the devastation; LSM Members are very positive and would like to see their Nation move forward.

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