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Wednesday, March 6, 2019 – Today Ogichidaa Francis Kavanaugh, Grand Chief of Treaty 3, delivered the following statement: “Grand Council Treaty 3 is committed to advancing the best interests of Anishinaabe young people in our communities. We intervened in the judicial review of the Ford government’s rollback of the province’s Health and Physical Education Curriculum […]
Grand Council Treaty #3’s Education department and the Treaty #3 Education Committee hosted a logo contest asking Treaty #3 members to submit artwork depicting what education meant to them. We received a number of submissions from artists all over Treaty #3 Territory, with voting conducted by participating Treaty #3 leadership and Education Committee members. A […]
PDF – Education Logo Contest Poster Grand Council Treaty #3 | Treaty #3 Education Logo Contest Grand Council Treaty #3 is hosting a logo contest for the Education department and the Treaty #3 Education Committee – comprised of education representatives from each Treaty #3 communities and First Nation Organizations. We are asking Treaty #3 member […]
Wednesday, October 10, 2018 – Today Grand Council Treaty #3 instructed lawyers to file a motion with the Ontario Superior Court of Justice (Divisional Court) seeking intervenor status in the litigation concerning the Ontario government’s rollback of the province’s Health and Physical Education curriculum – more conventionally known as ‘sex-ed’. “Last week at our Fall […]
As our Nation’s children head back to elementary and secondary school tomorrow, I would like to extend our thanks to our educators, our parents and our communities in preparing the children and youth for the 2018-2019 school year. I applaud our Nation’s post secondary students who have enrolled in apprenticeships, college and university programs to […]
Kenora, ON – The Ministry of Education’s unilateral decision to cancel the curriculum revisions on Indigenous content and Indigenous languages – despite its previous commitment to implementing recommendations from the Truth and Reconciliation Commission (TRC) – is a significant step backwards and hinders the momentum of true reconciliation. The ability to collaborate on the inclusion […]