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Gambler First Nation (GFN) is one of the smallest indigenous communities in Manitoba, with a population of 293 members of Ojibway descent. 

Membership in Assembly - General Meeting

May 18th, 2022

1:00pm – 2:30pm
George P. Buleziuk Center
Russell, Manitoba

Meeting Open To Members Only Please. 

Scheduled Zoom meeting

Mar 21, 2022 01:00 PM

Trust Agreement

The Gambler First Nation Legacy draft Trust Agreement can be found in the members only section

Great Employment Opportunities in Brandon

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Heritage Co-op partners with Gambler First Nation on Western Nations Gas Bar

Project to gather Member feedback on Gambler Settlement Distribution

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  • The purpose of this project is to create a settlement distribution plan which will create long term security for the lifetime of all members.
  • Chief Dave & Council have asked for this project to be done as they are aware there are many unanswered questions and frustrations regarding a distribution plan which meets the long-term needs of all members.
  • Please feel free to share your concerns, frustrations, hopes, dreams, questions and recommendations regarding the distribution of the settlement.
  • All information documented will be shared as anonymous in a shared spreadsheet available on Google Docs once completed.
  • I am a Gambler member, paralegal educated, certified negotiator and mediator with specific training in high conflict situations. I am a Business Analyst for over 20 years.

Gambler First Nation membership engage online with FNT2T Child, Families Nation and Peacemaking law development

Treaty 2 Territory – Gambler Nation members participated in an online virtual session on law development on Wednesday May 12, 2021. FNT2T Child, Families and Nation and Peacemaking Circles made presentations to the members and leadership of Gambler Nation. Circle Keeper Lois Stoll gave a presentation on how CFN Circle was developing their own territorial Children and Family law for FNT2T and how Gambler Nation could develop their own local law in for the children of Gambler.

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