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 Growth 2018 - T.E. Wealth Investment Report

T.E. Wealth Investment Report Peguis First Nation TLE Trust Investment Review Summary as at December 31, 2018 It would be something of an understatement to say that markets ended 2018 on a turbulent...
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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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There are two sets of trustees in the Trust and they, along with Chief and Council, work together to make sure that the Trust objectives are achieved based on procedures stated in the Trust document. The Financial Trustees are responsible for the financial administration of the Peguis First Nation Trust, including the Implementation Account and the Community Fund Account. The main job of the Community Fund Trustees is to decide what is “beneficial” and who gets money from the trust. Depending on the amount of monies to be spent on and the nature of the expenditure, they may recommend to the Financial Trustees or the Council or the Council and the community what is to be financially supported.

The following diagram explains the structure of the Trust and the Trustee selection process.

 

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