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The Assembly of Manitoba Chiefs was formed in 1988 by the Chiefs in Manitoba to advocate on issues that commonly affect First Nations in Manitoba. AMC represents 62 of the 63 First Nations in Manitoba with a total of more than 151,000 First Nation citizens in the province.

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AMC Advocates for Restoration of Federal Support for Unmarked…

Treaty One Territory, Winnipeg – The Assembly of Manitoba Chiefs (AMC) expresses profound disappointment and outrage following a decision from the federal government to reduce funding for the investigation and…

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AMC Demands Accountability for Rights Violations at Winnipeg Apartment

AMC-FNFAO Urges Collaboration with Province and Police Following Allegations…

AMC Welcomes Historic Apology from Canada to Dakota and…

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About Us

The Assembly of Manitoba Chiefs was created in 1988 by First Nations in Manitoba to coordinate political action and technical work on common issues. It is a product of political and social developments that have been underway for decades.

Faced with the domination and assimilation policies of Canada’s Department of Indian Affairs, First Nations have long recognized their common interests and the strength to be found in solidarity.

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INVESTING IN THE FUTURE! 🏢

We are excited to hear about Fisher River Cree Nation‘s initiative to restore the historic Rubin Block on Osborne Street in Winnipeg. This over century-old building, vacant since a fire in 2014, will soon be revitalized, with plans to have about a dozen units available by next spring.

Thank you to Chief David Crate and Council for their dedication and leadership in investing in critically needed housing, and for bringing new life to this significant piece of Winnipeg’s history. Your efforts exemplify resilience and great leadership.
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INVESTING IN THE FUTURE! 🏢

We are excited to hear about Fisher River Cree Nations initiative to restore the historic Rubin Block on Osborne Street in Winnipeg. This over century-old building, vacant since a fire in 2014, will soon be revitalized, with plans to have about a dozen units available by next spring. 

Thank you to Chief David Crate and Council for their dedication and leadership in investing in critically needed housing, and for bringing new life to this significant piece of Winnipeg’s history. Your efforts exemplify resilience and great leadership.

THIS WEEKEND: TREATY ONE ANISHINAABE DAYS!

When: July 27 – 28, 2024
Where: Naawi-Oodena, 505 Kenaston Blvd (Wpg)
Grand Entries: Sat at 1PM & 7PM, Sun at 1PM.

For more info, visit the Treaty One Facebook Page!
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THIS WEEKEND: TREATY ONE ANISHINAABE DAYS!

When: July 27 - 28, 2024
Where: Naawi-Oodena, 505 Kenaston Blvd (Wpg)
Grand Entries: Sat at 1PM & 7PM, Sun at 1PM.

For more info, visit the Treaty One Facebook Page!Image attachment
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We represent and advocate for 62 First Nations across Manitoba.

Click on the map for a detailed view showing the details of our member nations!

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