CMU Blazers to debut Treaty One inspired uniforms for 2021-22 MCAC basketball home opener on Nov 5

CMU unveiled Treaty One uniforms at conference volleyball home opener on Oct. 29

The Canadian Mennonite University (CMU) Blazers debut Treaty One inspired uniforms for the 2021-22 Manitoba Colleges Athletic Conference (MCAC) basketball home opener (women and men teams) on Friday, November 5 against Providence University College (PUC) Pilots.

Earlier this season, CMU unveiled Treaty One uniforms at the conference volleyball home opener on October 29 versus Université de Saint-Boniface (USB) Les Rouges.

CMU women’s volleyball rookie Sahra McKenzie

From a CMU press story: The uniforms were designed by Indigenous artist Amber Green and feature floral patterns and “Treaty One Territory,” along with other words and symbols connected to the treaty.

CMU men’s basketball 4th year Seth McKenzie

“It is a uniform that will spark deep and meaningful conversations,” said CMU’s Athletic Director Russell Willms. “By wearing these uniforms, we seek to honour treaty and the first peoples of these lands, and it is our hope that these uniforms will help facilitate meaningful dialogue.”

For more information at: https://media.cmu.ca/story-blazers-unveil-treaty-one-uniforms

2021-22 MCAC Basketball Opening Weekend

Friday, November 5

CMU Blazers host PUC Pilots (women: 6 p.m. CT; men: 8 p.m. CT)

Saturday, November 6

USB Les Rouges host CMU Blazers (women: 6 p.m. CT; men: 8 p.m. CT)