Manitoba Uske would like to inform our presenters, support staff & delegates that in light of the recent pandemic announcement and recent COVID-19 cases in Manitoba, our conference will be postponed until a later date. Manitoba Uske wants to ensure the health of all and takes seriously the advice and recommendations of medical professionals of limiting non-essential travel to ensure the safety of our participants and to help assist in the containment of this virus.
We will still be planning our “Roadmap to Economic Development on First Nation Lands Conference” with a target date to take place within the coming weeks once these non-essential travel recommendations have been lifted and medical professionals have advised it is safe to do so. Manitoba Uske will inform all of the rescheduled date.
We look forward to your participation at our rescheduled conference and if you have any questions and/or concerns, please contact us. Thank you.
Who We Are
Manitoba Uske operates as a technical land management body. Uske’s main objective is to provide capacity building, training and expertise in the area of land management for First Nations Lands Managers in Manitoba.
Consequent objectives include developing an on-going communication and networking link of Lands Managers, developing processes for administering lands, and assisting Lands Managers with changes in policies, programs and situations. Manitoba Uske implements these objectives through professional and skill development workshops and to recruit participation from each First Nation in Manitoba.
National Aboriginal Lands Managers Association
NALMA is a dynamic organization committed to providing efficient tools and resources to its members through the Regional Land Associations and Associate Members. We honour the members of each of the Associations for their hard work and dedication, which allows NALMA to undertake the many challenges that support and promote best practices in First Nation land management.