Fort Calgary is preparing for the arrival of a historic document that shaped the province. The original 140-year-old Treaty 7 document will be moved from its home at Library and Archives Canada in Ottawa to Fort Calgary early next month, where it will be on public display from June 19 to Oct. 1.
Treaty 7 Chiefs watch the raising of the Treaty 7 flag at City Hall on Thursday March 23, 2017. Gavin Young/Postmedia Network Gavin Young Gavin Young / Gavin Young Fort Calgary is preparing for the arrival of a historic document that shaped the province.
Lorna Cordeiro was tired of seeing century-old homes in her inner-city neighbourhood demolished to make way for “large masses.”
Fed up with the destruction of Calgary’s early history and the lack of heritage awareness that exists in a city with a reputation for bulldozing its past, Cordeiro decided to do something.