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. 

Please take note that there is no longer a deadline for applications. The Community Fund Trustees will review completed applications on an ongoing basis.

Click on the pop-out (right hand corner of the document). The document will re-open. Click on the download arrow and the document will open as a PDF form that you can fill in. If you don't have adobe acrobat reader installed in your computer, go here and install it. Then open the file on Adobe Acrobat Reader. After filling in, right click on your mouse, click save as. You can save and name your Application form in your computer or memory stick. Once your application is completed and saved, you can print, fax or scan document to the Peguis TLE Trust Office. Fax Number is (204) 645-2841. Or, email it to: peguistletrust|@gmail.com, Or, you can drop it off at the Peguis TLE Trust Office, located in the Peguis Recreation Centre (aka Old Peguis School). You can also mail via Canada Post to: Peguis TLE Trust Box 749 Peguis, MB R0C 3J0