• "(v) promote the preservation, study and learning of the language and culture of the Beneficiary."
  • “(vi) encourage community activities, including the annual Treaty Days, pow-wow and community gatherings;”
  • (x) protect, preserve and advance the aboriginal and Treaty rights of Peguis and its Members;

Smudging by burning sage is an ancient healing practice of the Cree and Ojibway peoples of the plains. Sage is often burned to start a ceremony or to mark a significant moment, in this case, the sharing of knowledge and news about our journey at the Peguis Treaty Land Entitlement Trust. 

Tawow pihtikweh (Cree), Pintigen (Ojibwe),  Welcome. 

TLE Trust Highlights

Applicant Resources

The TLE Trust continues to hold information workshops and provide resources to enable beneficiaries to understand how to apply and secure funds appropriately. A Handbook and Guidelines for funding...
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Trust Overview

Peguis First Nation Treaty Land Entitlement Trust was created under an agreement signed with Canada and the Province of Manitoba on May 12, 2008. The Trust beneficiaries are the First Nation and its...
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Annual Investment Review Summary 2019 - TEWealth

On behalf of T.E. Wealth’s Indigenous Investment Advisory practice, we remain extremely honoured to support the Peguis First Nation TLE Trust and its’ ongoing investment advisory needs. Our role...
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Our funded projects

By TLE Trust staff

PEGUIS, June 23, 2021 - Peguis Central School held its high school graduation ceremonies at the Multiplex arena today. Among the award winners was Jolene Cook who won the “Most Improved” category from the Peguis TLE Trust. She was escorted by her partner Donovan Beulieu.

The School Board and other organizations presented awards with each grad garnering at least one of the numerous cash and certificates presented. TD Wealth was a key sponsor, giving a $500 cheque to each of the grads. At the end of the ceremony, Sherry Sutherland, Executive Director of Peguis School Board, announced that in lieu of a trip that is usually organized throughout the year as a result of year-long fund-raising, each graduate will be receiving a cheque of $1000, to cheers from the audience.