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    Mark your calendars for this Thursday, July 18 at noon! Register early as there are a maximum of 20 spaces available.


    Summer Hours Now in Effect

    Please note that our summer hours are now in effect. Until the end of August, we will be open from 9:00 am – 4:00 pm, Monday to Friday, and closed each day from 12:00 pm – 12:30 pm for lunch. Thank you.

     

    Sign Up for the Newest Brown Bag Lunch Series Event!

    Please note that registration is limited to 20 people. Reply as soon as possible to guarantee your spot!


    Brown Bag Lunch Series – “Historic and Contemporary Issues Surrounding Treaties” with Marlene Gallagher, May 30, 2019


    Brown Bag Lunch Series with Elder Harry Bone – May 21, 2019


    PILOT POST SECONDARY LEVEL COURSE

    Post Secondary Level Pilot Course Poster
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    School Administrators Training

    March 19 & 20, 2019 @ Manitoba Teachers Society, Arnett Auditorium 191 Harcourt Street Winnipeg, MB.

     

     

     


    TRCM Partners with Mennonite Church Canada to Produce New Book: Essays Being Solicited

    The Treaty Relations Commission of Manitoba (TRCM) and Mennonite Church Canada have partnered to produce a new book, Nanabush and Buddha Link Arms: Why Treaties Matter to Religious Communities. Essays are being solicited. More information is available on the attached document.

     


    Elder Elmer Courchene

    Elder Elmer CourcheneThe TRCM would like to extend its heartfelt condolences to the friends and family of respected Anishinaabe Elder Elmer Courchene. Among his many contributions throughout his life, he was a strong advocate for Treaties and provided the TRCM with his guidance and wisdom. We are grateful to have had the opportunity to work with him and he will be deeply missed.


    Honouring First Nations Veterans and the First World War

    November 11, 2018 marked 100 years since the armistace that ended the First World War. We have added a document that speaks to the role that First Nations soldiers played in it.

    Honouring First Nations Veterans and the First World War