HUMAN RIGHTS COMMITMENT AWARD OF MANITOBA
The Human Rights Commitment Award recognizes a person or group who has made a significant contribution to the advancement of the rights of Manitobans, beyond the work they do in their paid job or position. Alaya works at the Assembly of Manitoba Chiefs and is currently on the Winnipeg Police Board. Alaya is an advocate for human rights MORE >
Summer Institute announcement – August 15, 16, & 17, 2017 – Session will be capped at 25 Registrants.
We are pleased to post the TEI training schedule for the upcoming 2016-2017 fiscal year. Thank you to all school partners that have requested training.
Please continue to follow us on the Treaty Education Journey.
On behalf of Treaty Commissioner James Wilson, the TRCM cordially invites you to join in the celebrations of ‘A Decade of Bringing Manitoban’s Together’; an Open House event to honour the 10 Year Anniversary of the TRCM, the Treaties and the Treaty relationship on May 5, 2015. This event will take place at the TRCM office located at 400-175 Hargrave Street, Winnipeg from 11:00 am – 3:00 pm.
The TRCM would like to make special note that photographs will be taken during the event; please consider. As well, the TRCM will be collecting dry-good items for the Winnipeg Harvest if you would kindly make a donation.
Humour. Who would think it’s the bridge we need to get us all talking? But for two Manitobans, one a stand-up comedian, the other a university professor, laughter is just the ticket for building healthier relationships and successful partnerships.
Entitled Sharing in Success, Working Together to Build Partnerships, this magazine builds on the long history of partnerships between First Nations and Europeans in Canada. Stories featuring the efforts of countless First Nation people who are creating stronger relationships and successful partnerships between First Nations and non-First Nations are at the heart of 3rd edition of the supplement. Created jointly by the Winnipeg Free Press and the Treaty Relations Commission of Manitoba, it will be distributed in April 2015.
While relationships between First Nations and non-aboriginals have not always been smooth sailing, there’s a renaissance underway in Manitoba and the best is yet to come as we strive to create stronger, more unified communities. If we do nothing else, we should allow ourselves to be led by our young people who are willing to shake the bonds of negativity and misunderstanding by drawing on our mutually shared and successful history together. In that, there is endless potential.
On April 19, 2014, the TRCM developed a supplement to the Winnipeg Free Press: Creating Opportunities: First Nations Contribute to Manitoba’s Economic Success.
The TRCM created this opportunity to showcase the vibrant, successful and contributing business leaders, academics and tradespeople of the day implementing what was intended in the Treaties – opportunities, self-reliance and independence.
‘It is time to honour and celebrate economic partnerships intended in the Treaties’ – James Wilson, Treaty Commissioner
Please read on to discover success stories from individuals who believe they are where they are precisely BECAUSE of who they are, what they know and what they believe in.
View Flipbook on the Winnipeg Free Press
October 1 – 5, 2013
The TRCM is pleased to announce the completion of the Manitoba Treaties Boundary Map. Measuring 27″ x 39″, the wall map is available through the TRCM office. Call to pick yours up today.
TRCM is accepting proposals for Treaty Commemoration funding. Communities interested in applying for funding can download the TRCM’s event guide and funding application.