Treaty No. 1 Commemoration

Lower Fort Garry National Historic Site

Signed at Lower Fort Garry National Historic Site between the Ojibway, Swampy Cree, and the Crown, Treaty No. 1 paved the way for establishing a relationship between the Crown and Indigenous peoples. As the first treaty, it set the precedent that allowed Canada's settlement and sovereignty as a nation. 

What do you know about Treaty No. 1?

To help commemorate this anniversary, a series of activities and resources are now available online. Browse around and take advantage of these interesting resources; including articles, audio features, videos and more.

Learn more about Treaty One Nation.

Learn more about the Treaty Relations Commission of Manitoba.

What makes Lower Fort Garry unique?

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