Treaty 2 Territory – On May 23rd, 2019, Dr. Betty Lynxleg – Director of Life Long Learning, Joseph Maud Director of Care and Protection of the Natural World & Internal/External Relations, Lorie Thompson – Director Children, Families and Nation Well-being were extended the opportunity to support the City of Brandon’s first graduation pow wow celebrating the achievements of Indigenous learners at the high school, college and university levels.
LIFE LONG LEARNING & EXTERNAL RELATIONS
Positive discussions and exchange of contact information took place in order for FNiT2T to create connections and create meaningful relationships.
The celebration is a success which will be followed by an “Honouring the Good Road Gala” this evening. Congratulations to all the graduates, their families and Nations. And, a congratulations on your graduation shout out to Memory Blackbird from Keeseekoowenin First Nation, who is the FNiT2T Governance Coordinator in Keeseekoowenin First Nation!
CHILDREN, FAMILIES & NATION WELL-BEING, EXTERNAL RELATIONS
A discussion meeting was also had with Southern Chiefs Organization (SCO) Director of Child and Family Services – Dianne Kelly in order to open dialogue and collaborate in the pursuit of holistic transformation solutions for the benefit of our families and their children through FNiT2T and SCO mandates. We look forward to continuing this relationship journey as our children are the center and we are in one canoe.
Last modified: May 24, 2019