The Making Treaty 7 Cultural Society explores the historical significance of the events at Blackfoot Crossing in 1877, while investigating the consequences and implications of Treaty 7, 141 years later. The Society invites people of all ages and backgrounds to consider an enlightened, sustainable future for everyone – together.

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Film Screening

In 2012, the late Michael Green began a conversation with members of the Treaty 7 community. What started initially as a brainstorming session among members of the different nations about how to use theatre to tell stories of Treaty 7 nations evolved into the creation of the Making Treaty 7 Cultural Society. Throughout the process, events were captured on film by a team of videographers including Kelli Morning Bull and Neil Fleming. This is the world premiere of the documentary film that captures the creative methodology for the artistic process, which has become the foundation for all MT7 productions. The film captures important footage from both the founders, the late Narcisse Blood and Michael Green, and many other elders and participants. The film is rounded out with footage from the development of MT7’s premiere of the Kaahsinnoniks production in October 2018.

This film has two screenings: March 14 and March 15, 2019 7:00 pm.


Arts Mentorship Program

We are now recruiting Indigenous youth to sign up for our new mentorship program. This is a brand new program that MT7 has developed in partnership with MacEwan University.

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World Premiere

February 26 and 27 2019. 7:30 PM  – Southern Jubilee Auditorium

It is 1870, The Blackfoot men return to their camp from a successful hunt. They are usually greeted, but there is no movement or sound. Most of the women , children and Elders have been slaughtered.

A young girl is one of the survivors.

She is known as Holy Bear Woman.

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BUT WAIT! We have one more announcement! We are also pleased to announce Lunchbox Theatre's new Artistic Producer - Shari Wattling.

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