[Upcoming webinar] The Numbered Treaties: Understanding the Treaty Relationship and Honoring our Treaty Identity

Wednesday, March 22, 2023 - 2:55pm

When: Thursday, April 13th

Time: 7 PM - 8 PM ET 

Where: Zoom



More about the webinar

Join us for an informative session on Treaty relationships and Treaty identity led by Amy Seesequasis, Treaty Relationship Consultant with over a decade of experience as a Treaty content specialist.

The presentation will focus on the Numbered Treaties and provide an in-depth understanding of Treaty identity, the Treaty Relationship, and the context of land sharing and safe access to land.


Who is this for?

This webinar is intended for those who wish to better understand the relationships and identity that arise from treaties, discover practical ways to honor these relationships, and understand the importance of land sharing.

Drawing on her extensive experience with the Treaty Land Sharing Network, Amy will also share advice for regions, territories, and provinces seeking to establish their own networks to promote secure land access for Indigenous peoples. By sharing her knowledge and expertise, Amy aims to inspire and encourage other communities to establish positive relationships based on mutual respect and understanding.

We look forward to having you join us for this informative and impactful session!


About Amy Seesequasis

Amy is a Cree with Métis lineage from the Beardy’s and Okemasis Cree Nation in Treaty 6 Territory. She has over a decade of experience as a Treaty content specialist, providing consultation and educational opportunities centered around Treaties, Indigenous peoples, and reconciliation. She pursued her adult 12 education at Saskatchewan Polytechnic in 2007 and went on to the University of Regina and First Nations University of Canada where she obtained a Bachelor of Arts in Indigenous Studies in 2011. She has worked for the Correctional Service of Canada, University of Saskatchewan – Dept. of Indigenous Native Studies, and the Office of the Treaty Commissioner

Amy is an independent Treaty Relationship Consultant and the owner and operator of sisikwewiskwew Consulting Ltd. She is also the General Manager of the Creeland Dancers; an Indigenous dance company formed by her Kohkum Therese Seesequasis and late Moshum Ken. Amy is on the coordinating committee for the Treaty Land Sharing Network, a grassroots movement and organization aimed at promoting and implementing the Treaty relationship through the context of land sharing. 

She is first and foremost a mother and applies that perspective to all the work she does. She enjoys opportunities to share stories with others that will foster identity, inclusion and belonging. Amy feels it is important to promote the Treaty relationship and provide an understanding of Indigenous peoples and reconciliation, which will encourage inclusivity and respect for all. She works for Saskatchewan Polytechnic as an online instructor and curriculum developer, and feels she has come full circle, providing educational opportunities at the institution where her educational career began.