Treaty Relations

April 2013

Building bridges between all communities

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Treaties are a part of Manitoba���s history, we respect their spirit and intent. James Allum MLA for Fort Garry-Riverview 204-475-2270 Ron Lemieux MLA for Dawson Trail 204-878-4644 Greg Selinger Andrew Swan MLA for St. Boniface MLA for Kewatinook MLA for Minto 204-783-9860 Premier of Manitoba 204-943-2274 204-237-9247 Flor Jim Marcelino Rondeau MLA for Logan 204-788-0800 Eric Robinson MLA for Assiniboia 204-888-7722 Gord Erna Mackintosh Braun MLA for St. Johns 204-582-1550 MLA for Rossmere 204-667-7244 Greg Dewar MLA for Selkirk 204-482-7066 Kevin Chief MLA for Point Douglas 204-421-9126 P A T H W AY S T O INDIGENOUS ACHIEVEMENT The University of Manitoba is home to a dynamic community of Indigenous students, faculty and staff. Each year we welcome over 2,000 Indigenous students, and each year many Indigenous graduates return to their communities as leaders, role models, visionaries and innovators. At the U of M we strive to ensure that First Nations, Metis and Inuit values are acknowledged, embraced and infused into life on our campuses. Our Pathways to Indigenous Achievement plan is based on four directions that harness the power of education to transform communities and the lives of young people. By working with a variety of partners and communities, we are creating a centre of excellence in Manitoba for Indigenous education and research. For more information, please visit: UMANITOBA.CA/INDIGENOUS Sarah Flattery, Ojibway student Clayton H. Riddell Faculty of Environment, Earth, and Resources SUPPORTING STUDENTS SHARING INDIGENOUS KNOWLEDGE AND RESEARCH BUILDING PARTNERSHIPS AND SUPPORTING COMMUNITIES CELEBRATING FIRST NATIONS, METIS AND INUIT SUCCESSES

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