National Day of Truth and Reconciliation

Click here to access Community Futures updated Truth and Reconciliation page.

2024 Post-Secondary Summer Employment Symposium

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Certified Call Center Training

Community Futures Treaty 7 has partnered with Channer Consulting and Training, and Aboriginal Futures to provide training in professional call center training. Click below to view poster for more information.

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Apprentice Support Program

The Apprenticeship Support Project (ASP) provides eligible employers with up to $20,000 for the hiring of two first-year apprentices. Learn more about the ASP program, and view a complete list of eligible trades by viewing the documents below.
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Ironworker Apprenticeship Prep Program

Trade Winds is partnering with Local 725 and Community Futures Treaty 7 to offer training in Calgary. Learn more by viewing the poster below.

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Treaty 7 Annual Report 2019-2021

CFT7 2019-2021 Annual Report

Supporting Quality Entrepreneurship and Training & Employment Services in the Treaty 7 Territory.
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Performance Results for 2021-22

Community Futures (CF) is a program that supports community economic development and builds the capacity of communities to realize their full sustainable potential.
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Job Opportunity

Pre-Apprentice Ironwork Training

For Indigenous People in Calgary.

Get the skills, knowledge, and support to become an ironworker through Trade Winds!

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About CFT7

Community Futures Treaty Seven was incorporated in 1990 under the name of Treaty Seven Economic Development Corporation (T7EDC). In 2008, Treaty Seven Economic Development Corporation underwent a name change to Community Futures Treaty Seven (CFT7). The Treaty Seven Chiefs are the Shareholders of CFT7.

CFT7 is a leader in economic development and employment and training best practices, advising and collaborating with Treaty Seven First Nations and their members to build on collective and unique strengths and successes.
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Corporate Structure

Each Treaty Seven Chief who holds one share of CFT7 appoints a Band Council member to the Board of Directors. The Board of Directors oversees the operations and management of CFT7.

Treaty Seven’s territory includes Siksika Nation, Kainai Nation, Piikani Nation, Tsuut'ina Nation, and Stoney Nakoda Nation which encompasses Bearspaw First Nation, Wesley First Nation, and Chiniki First Nation.

CFT7’s structure allows for the integration of employment and training and economic development objectives for the maximum benefit of member communities.




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