Community Justice Centre in Treaty #3

Kenora, ON – Grand Council Treaty #3 is pleased that the 2018 Provincial Budget announced the location of the Community Justice Centre in Kenora with the exploration of a satellite hub in Sioux Lookout. Kenora was one of several selected locations for a Community Justice Centre and is proposing bi-cultural services with integrated facilities. Ogichidaa Francis […]

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Call for Vendors for Spring Assembly 2018

  CALL FOR VENDORS Grand Council Treaty #3 National Spring Assembly 2018 Dates: May 15, 16, & 17 Where: Obashkaandagaang First Nation (Washagamis Bay) Vendor Location: Obashkaandagaang Pow Wow Grounds Fee: $50.00 (or donation/gift valued at $50.00)   We are looking for vendors / crafters to set up booths at our upcoming National Spring Assembly 2018.  […]

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Treaty #3 Youth Assembly

Wauzhusk Onigum Nation, Ontario – On Tuesday, March 13th and Wednesday March 14th 2018, Treaty #3 members ages 16-29, gathered at the Youth Assembly.  Led by the Treaty #3 Youth Council, critical engagement of youth occurred on a broad scale of issues affecting their territory.  This inaugural event focused on high-level social, legal, educational, health, […]

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Memo Regional Engagement Session

TO:  First Nations Leadership, Treaty # 3 Anishinaabe Nation, Community Care Program Teams, Service Providers and/or Organizations FROM:  Carrie Atatise-Norwegian, B.A., J.D. DATE:  February 23, 2018   REGIONAL ENGAGEMENT SESSIONS: ANISHINAABE ABINOOJII INAKONIGEWIN Please be advised that the Grand Council Treaty # 3 will be hosting Regional Engagement Sessions as part of education, transition and implementation of Anishinaabe […]

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The Voices of the Anishinaabe MMIWG families are not being Heard

The Treaty#3 Women’s Executive Council have not received any correspondence from the National Inquiry for Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women and Girls to schedule a hearing in the territory of Treaty#3. The next stop for the National Inquiry hearings will be in Thompson, Manitoba. There are serious concerns being voiced by families and communities that […]

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Nibwaakaawin Elders Gathering

Fond Du Lac, MN, U.S. – On Tuesday, February 27th to Friday, March 2nd 2018, Grand Council Treaty #3 and over 200 Elders, Chiefs, and members of the Anishinaabe Nation of Treaty #3 are gathering in the Traditional Territory of the Fond Du Lac Band of Lake Superior Chippewa at Black Bear Casino Resort in […]

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Ogichidaa Francis Kavanaugh statement on the Gerald Stanley verdict

On February 9, 2018, an all-white jury found Gerald Stanley not guilty of murdering Colten Boushie, a 22-year-old Indigenous man. Colten Boushie died on Gerald Stanley’s family farm near Battleford, Saskatchewan, from a gunshot wound to the head by Stanley. In response to the decision, Ogichidaa Francis Kavanaugh states, “while much can be said about […]

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