The Tsuu T'ina Nation has entered into a funding agreement with the Department of Justice Canada to manage the Tsuu T'ina Peacemaker Program.
The Tsuu T'ina Peacemaker Program objectives are to divert matters from court to Tsuu T'ina community peacemaking for resolution of conflict employing culturally appropriate mediation and alternative dispute resolution techniques; to educate, train and share information about the Peacemaker Program with other communities; and to provide monitoring, evaluation and fine tuning of the Peacemaking function. The Program engages offenders, victims, family and community members in resolving conflicts, addressing underlying causes of offending behaviour, and promoting a more peaceful community. The Program maintains efficient and effective relations with Community and provincial social programs, local and Crown judiciary organizations, promotes and provides informational sessions to the community and provides continual training and workshops to peacemakers.
The Program provides services to Tsuu T'ina community members located in Calgary and Tsuu T'ina Reserve.