Just over 1 year ago, in early 2020, Eric Cameron (SLFN Lands Manager), Dave Scott (SLFN Elder/ Historian) and Derek Kornelsen (Rootstalk Resources) began working on an initiative to establish a forum that would build capacity at the SLFN Lands Department and ensure that SLFN builds strong collaborative relationships with agencies and stakeholders who conduct […]
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Manitoba First Nations Police Service to expand into Swan Lake First Nation (Updated)
Swan Lake First Nation just experienced a transfer of policing services from the RCMP to Manitoba First Nations Police Service. Inspector Dave Scott explains. “Swan Lake put in a Band Council Resolution, and they also wanted to have Manitoba First Nations Police their communities. We’re just super-excited about moving forward with them. I know that […]
Swan Lake Members wrap up Indigenous Pipeline 101 Training Program
Projects like the L3RP enable prosperity and create jobs for Canadians, including a growing Indigenous workforce “I made it!” Amanda McKinney tilts her head, flashes a peace symbol, and smiles broadly for the camera. Moments earlier, when she heard her name called, she jumped from her chair, raised both hands high into the air, and […]
Treaty 1 Communities & Canada Sign Kapyong Barracks Agreement
Through the smoke of burning sage and sweetgrass the future of the Kapyong Barracks site in south Winnipeg became a little clearer Wednesday morning. Natural Resources Minister Jim Carr (Winnipeg South Centre) — Manitoba’s lone member of cabinet — and Defence Minister Harjit Sajjan gathered with 10 First Nations Chiefs and Grand Chiefs at Assiniboia […]