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 Implementation Unit Structure and Mandate

 Roles and Responsibilities:

The Peguis First Nation TLE Implementation Unit will provide leadership and management in implementing the Peguis First Nation Treaty Entitlement Agreement (TEA). Our main mandate is to ensure the successful purchase, and selection, of up to 166,794 acres of land and to ensure it’s converted to Reserve. The following is a brief summary of our unit’s responsibilities:

 Develop policies and plans on implementation of the Treaty Entitlement Agreement;

  • Ensure land Selection and Acquisition procedures and principals are met;
  • Monitor the conversion of land to Reserve status;
  • Develop Organizational and Management Plans;
  • Ensure Peguis First Nation meets responsibilities and obligations as per the Treaty Entitlement Agreement.

 As mentioned, our main mandate is to ensure Peguis First Nation fulfills its responsibilities and obligations according to the TEA.

The following is an update of the TLE Implementation Unit for the year 2018.