Epekwitk Assembly of Councils, PEI sign MOU to work together to promote treaty education

The Epekwitk Assembly of Councils and the Government of Prince Edward Island have signed a Treaty Education Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) that will see the partners working together on curriculum, programs, and projects. The partners will develop treaty education curriculum that will be used in schools and will collaborate on treaty education programs and projects that will reach civil servants and Islanders. “Epekwitk is home to all Islanders, and it is vital that we take time to acknowledge and learn about our true shared history,” said Chief Junior Gould of Abegweit First Nation. “We can accomplish so much when we work together in peace and friendship, as our ancestors intended when they signed the Peace and Friendship Treaties.”

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